- Includes a valuable reference section on each technology that can be used for review and consultation
Table of Contents
Part One: HyperText Markup Language (HTML).
Chapter 1: The Basics of HTML.
Chapter 2: Document Tags.
Chapter 3: Paragraphs and Lines.
Chapter 4: Lists.
Chapter 5: Images.
Chapter 6: Links.
Chapter 7: Text.
Chapter 8: Tables.
Chapter 9: Forms.
Chapter 10: Objects and Plugins.
Chapter 11: XML.
Part Two: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
Chapter 12: CSS Basics.
Chapter 13: Style Definitions.
Chapter 14: Text.
Chapter 15: Padding, Margins, and Borders.
Chapter 16: Colors and Backgrounds.
Chapter 17: Tables.
Chapter 18: Element Positioning.
Chapter 21: The Document Object Model.
Part Four: Common Gateway Interface (CGI).
Chapter 24: CGI Basics.
Chapter 25: Perl Language.
Chapter 26: The Python Language.
Chapter 27: Scripting with Other Executable Code.
Chapter 28: Using CGI.
Part Five: PHP.
Chapter 29: PHP Basics.
Chapter 30: The PHP Language.
Chapter 31: Using PHP.
Part Six: Appendixes.
Appendix A: XHTML Reference.
Appendix B: CSS Properties.
Appendix D: Perl Language Reference.
Appendix E: Python Language Reference.
Appendix F: PHP Language Reference.
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