Patrick Griffiths's HTML Dog: The Best-Practice Guide to XHTML and CSS PDF

By Patrick Griffiths

ISBN-10: 0321311396

ISBN-13: 9780321311399

<p style="margin: 0px;">For readers who are looking to layout web content that load quick, are effortless to replace, available to all, paintings on all browsers and will be speedy tailored to assorted media, this entire consultant represents how one can pass approximately it. through focusing at the methods the 2 languages--XHTML and CSS--complement one another, website design professional Patrick Griffiths provides the quickest, most productive means of achieving particular website design projects. With internet criteria top practices at its middle, it outlines tips to do issues the correct manner from the outset, leading to hugely optimized web content, in a swifter, more straightforward, much less painful manner than clients may desire for! break up into 10 easy-to-follow chapters resembling textual content, photographs, structure, Lists, and varieties, and matched with convenient quick-reference XHTML tag and CSS estate appendixes, HTML Dog is the right advisor and better half for a person desirous to grasp those languages. Readers can additionally see the teachings in motion with greater than 70 on-line examples built in particular for the publication.

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Href” is an attribute, which is a setting for an element. com/ ” is an attribute value, used to specify what the attribute should be set to. “HTML Dog” is content. com/“>HTML Dog” (the whole shebang) is an element. There are a few simple rules to follow when it comes to tags (besides using valid tags and attributes, which the chapters will cover). Firstly, XHTML requires that all tags and attributes must be lowercase.

and

are valid, but

and
are not.

Rules A typical CSS rule might look something like this: h1 { font-size: 2em; } Where: “h1” is a selector, which defines which part of the HTML to apply the CSS to. “font-size” is a property, which defines what specific presentational aspect of the targeted element you want to set. “2em” is a value, which defines what the property should be set to. “font-size: 2em;” is known as a statement. And the whole lot, “h1 { font-size: 2em; }” is collectively known as a rule. 18 | chapter 1: Getting Started Selectors Selectors specify which HTML elements the style declarations should be applied to.

This is commonly used with elements such as abbr to define the phrase that an abbreviation is representing (see Chapter 2); blockquote, to give title more information on where a quote has come from (again, see Chapter 2); or a, to give more information on what to expect at the destination of a link (see Chapter 3). HTML Syntax |  The value of a title attribute can be read out by screen readers (increasing accessibility), and browsers will commonly turn the value of the title attribute into a little “tool tip,” popping it up by the cursor when it moves over the element.

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