InhaltRuse provides a comprehensive, easy-to-read reference to the essential Web standards, including XML, CSS, Accessibility, xForms, and xLink. This is a great resource that teaches designers why they should work within standards, which ones concern them, how to use them, and how to convert existing code. The companion CD-ROM includes useful software, examples, and images from the book.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface; Part I: Introduction to Standards; Chapter 1: Introduction to Standards-Based Web Design - What are Standards, What are Web Standards, The World Wide Web Consortium, What Are Recommendations; Chapter 2: Why to Follow Standards; Part II: The Recommendations; Chapter 3: XHTML - Why Follow This Recommendation, When and How to Implement this Recommendation, Converting Existing Code to XML; Chapter 4: CSS - Why Follow this Recommendation, When and How to Implement this Recommendation, Converting Existing Code to CSS; Chapter 5: Accessibility - The Accessibility Standards, The Tags, The Rules, The Syntax, Accessibility Compliant Code, Software Tools and Resources; Chapter 6: xForms - Why Follow this Recommendation, When and How to Implement this Recommendation, Converting Existing Code to xForms; Chapter 7: xLinks - Why follow this Recommendation, When and How to Implement this Recommendation, Converting Existing Code to xLink; Appendix A: About the CD-ROM; Index
PortraitKevin Ruse (San Jose, CA) is an enthusiastic instructor at the University of California Extension Program in Cupertino, as well as DeAnza Community College and Silicon Valley College. He has 20 years of experience in the graphic design and production industry from concept to finished product. He is also the author of XML for Web Designers Using Macromedia Studio MX 2004.
Untertitel: Sprache: Spanisch.
Verlag: Cengage Learning
Seitenanzahl: 358 Seiten