Ian S Graham
XHTML 1.0: Language and Design Sourcebook
August 20, 2018 Comments.. 821
XHTML Language and Design Sourcebook XHTML is a powerful tool for creating Web sites that can be viewed from devices other than the PC such as television palm top computers and mobile telephones XHTML the new generation of HTML gives W

  • Title: XHTML 1.0: Language and Design Sourcebook
  • Author: Ian S Graham
  • ISBN: 0471374857
  • Page: 202
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  • XHTML is a powerful tool for creating Web sites that can be viewed from devices other than the PC, such as television, palm top computers and mobile telephones XHTML the new generation of HTML gives Web authors a powerful and flexible tool for creating sites that can be viewed from environments than a PC desktop by reworking HTML as a suite of XML tag sets These tag sets save time, effort, and money by enabling XHTML authors to mark up a much wider range of information For example, new forms allow database and workflow applications to be re purposed for different devices XHTML 1.0 also makes it possible for data in tables to be presented in different ways Transformation tools, such as style sheets, scripts, and programs offer greater flexibility to be presented on different devices Another important feature of XHTML is that it remedies the problem of having the same document look different on different browsers XHTML establishes conformance profiles, which specify information such as exactly which HTML tags a given device will support In this sourcebook, Ian Graham focuses on the needs of Webmasters and Web designers Writing from a design oriented point of view, he uses real life examples to introduce readers to the basics of HTML XHTML and to acquaint them with XHTML s powerful new array of features He explores the principles of good document design, shows them how to work effectively with graphics and images, and educates them in the principles of strategic site design The companion Web site features resources, utilities, and examples from the book.

    XHTML XHTML . The Extensible HyperText Markup Language XHTML . this specification is the first document type in the XHTML family It is a reformulation of the three HTML document types as applications of XML . XML It is intended to be used as a language for content that is both XML conforming and, if some simple guidelines are followed, operates in HTML conforming user agents. Extensible HyperText Markup Language XHTML , . loc XHTML . is a fully documented, non proprietary format developed and maintained by WC Documentation Two editions of XHTML . were published by WC as Recommendations, both by the HTML Working Group XHTML The Extensible HyperText Markup Language A Reformulation of HTML in XML published as WC Recommendation January . XHTML . The Extensible HyperText Markup Language Therefore, in XHTML . the id attribute is defined to be of type ID In order to ensure that XHTML . documents are well structured XML documents, XHTML . documents MUST use the id attribute when defining fragment identifiers on the elements listed above. XHTML . Language and Design Sourcebook The Next In XHTML . Language and Design Sourcebook, bestselling author Ian Graham introduces you to HTML, XHTML, and Cascading Style Sheets CSS the language for controlling how these documents look when viewed by a Web browser. XHTML . The Extensible HyperText Markup Language XHTML . The Extensible HyperText Markup Language XHTML . The Extensible HyperText Markup Language This document has been produced as part of the WC HTML Activity The goals of the HTML Working Group members only are discussed in XHTML Syntax tutorialspoint XHTML syntax is very similar to HTML syntax and almost all the valid HTML elements are valid in XHTML as well But when you write an XHTML document, you need to pay a bit extra attention to make your HTML document compliant to XHTML.

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    1 Blog on “XHTML 1.0: Language and Design Sourcebook

    1. None says:

      In the world of web development it's becomming necessary to run faster and faster just to stand still. In our company we thought we had mastered HTML 4.0 and we're getting out heads around XML and now we find we already need to get ourselves up to speed on XHTML. The danger with books that document the 'leading edge' of development is that they often present the basics and the (potential) advantages of the new technology. Thankfully this book also manages to highlight some problem areas an [...]

    2. None says:

      This is a really good book for Web developers who really need to know the ins and outs of HTML (XHTML) and CSS--the book really does cover it all. Although I've been doing Web page design for some time, I actually learned a fair bit that I "thought" I knew, but didn't--and I am only part way through. In particular, the index is really good--I spend a lot of time trying to look things up and this one really helps.

    3. None says:

      Good book for advanced users. It's going to be useful in a very short time.

    4. None says:

      I do website development and I found this book to be very helpful, both as a reference and as a learning tool for mastering this new version of the web page markup language. XHTML is pretty much the same as HTML except for a few syntactical changes, but its biggest innovation is XHTML's extensive use of cascading style sheets, which are a great advancement in web page markup in allowing much greater control over page design and management (change just one master style sheet and you can change th [...]

    5. None says:

      In the world of web development it's becomming necessary to run faster and faster just to stand still. In our company we thought we had mastered HTML 4.0 and we're getting out heads around XML and now we find we already need to get ourselves up to speed on XHTML. The danger with books that document the 'leading edge' of development is that they often present the basics and the (potential) advantages of the new technology. Thankfully this book also manages to highlight some problem areas an [...]

    6. None says:

      This is a really good book for Web developers who really need to know the ins and outs of HTML (XHTML) and CSS--the book really does cover it all. Although I've been doing Web page design for some time, I actually learned a fair bit that I "thought" I knew, but didn't--and I am only part way through. In particular, the index is really good--I spend a lot of time trying to look things up and this one really helps.

    7. None says:

      Ian Graham is the only person to learn from. He walks the reader through each step of the learning process. He carefully explains each concept completely. Most importantly, he teaches the compatability problems elaments and attributes have with various browsers--this is the crux of any markup language. You must own Mr. Graham's books!

    8. None says:

      Hey,I read this book cover to cover, and learned a lot more about HTML and XHTML than ever before. This book is VERY technical and while it may not be that helpful to the novice, it is invaluable to intermediat - advanced/expert users. ***** A five star resou rce book! *****

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