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Introduction. The first " why " 12
Chapter 1. Basic principles of HTML 19
Chapter 2. Paragraphs 25
Chapter 3. Service and non-printing characters 34
Chapter 4. Fonts 41
Chapter 5. The headers 55
Chapter 6. Logical markup of hypertext 61
Chapter 7. Lists 75
Chapter 8. Graphics on the web-page 91
Chapter 9. Hypertext links to 113
Chapter 10. Table design 131
Chapter 11. Frames 161
Chapter 12. Forms 185
Chapter 13. The structure of the HTML document 213
Chapter 14. The external parameters of the Web-page 221
Chapter 15. Basic principles of cascading style sheets 229
Chapter 16. Concept of events 253
Appendix A. Answers to the test questions 265
Appendix b-table descriptors 292 HTML
Appendix B. Codes and mnemonic names of special characters 308
Index 316
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Introduction. The first " why " 12
Why HTML 12
Why Notepad 15
Why HTML is not a programming language 16
Summary 17
Tests 17
Chapter 1. Basic principles of HTML 19
The first experience of "communication" with the browser 19
HTML — the language of the descriptors 20
The first experience of formatting: italics 21
Bold and underline 22
Summary 23
Tests 23
Chapter 2. Paragraphs 25
How to force the browser to move to a new line 25
The paragraph with the parameters 28
Line break 29
Summary 31
Tests 32
Chapter 3. Service and non-printing characters 34
Special characters 34
On transfers and their absence 36
Summary 39
Tests 39
Chapter 4. Fonts 41
Descriptor <FONT> 41
Headset 41
Size 44
Colour 47
Multi-parameter font 49
Other parameters 50
Default font settings 51
Summary 52
Tests 53
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Chapter 5. The headers 55
Heading levels 55
Header options 57
Summary 58
Tests 59
Chapter 6. Logical markup of hypertext 61
"Logical" handles 61
Emphasis 62
Citations 63
The upper and lower indices 64
Simulation of violent activity 65
Abbreviations 67
Return address 67
HTML was invented by a programmer... Sixty eight
Why all this? Seventy one
Summary 71
Tests 72
Chapter 7. Lists 75
The concept of lists in HTML 75
Numbered lists 76
Bulleted lists 79
List item parameters 81
Multi-level lists 83
A list of definitions 84
Other types of lists 86
Summary 87
Tests 88
Chapter 8. Graphics on the web-page 91
Inserting graphics into text 91
C:\My documents on the WWW language 92
A single point of reference 94
Image dimensions 95
Instead of pictures 99
Text wrapping around graphics 100
Vertical alignment 103
The picture in the frame 104
Margins 105
Graphic file formats 106
Executive summary 109
Tests 110
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Chapter 9. Hypertext links from
Entry points into the hypertext 113
The "anchor" in a sea of Internet 114
Bookmarks 115
References that are not references 116
Links-pictures 120
Virtual navigation 126
Summary 127
Tests 128
Chapter 10. Table design W
What tables 131 are needed for
What tables 133 consist of
Example of table design 134
Horizontal alignment 136
Vertical alignment 139
Table 142 dimensions
Cell sizes 143
Internal indentation 144
Framework 145
Partial display of frames 147
The background of the table and cells 150
Merging cells 152
Title of table 154
Row and column headings 155
Group of cells 156
Summary 159
Tests 160
Chapter 11. Frames 161
What is the frame structure 161
Horizontal and vertical frames 164
The size of the frames 165
Nested frames 169
The frame and the indentation 171
References 177
Frame without frames 178
Summary 182
Tests 182
Chapter 12. Forms 185
The basic structure of the form 185
What form 187 consists of
Text lines 188
Buttons 192
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Text fields 197
A list of options 202
Lists the switches 206
Drop-down lists 207
Summary 210
Test 211
Chapter 13. The structure of the HTML document 213
Basic parameters of the Web page 213
The spacing from the edge of the window 214
Background color 217
Text color 218
Summary 219
Test 219
Chapter 14. The external parameters of the Web-page 221
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Style sheets 231
Handle style 232
Subclasses of descriptors 233
Description of colors 236
Setting background 237
Font attributes 241
Paragraph 246 attributes
Hyperlinks 247
Indents and frames 248
Summary 251
Tests 251
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Chapter 16. Concept of events 253
The concept of dynamic HTML 253
Virtual events 253
Mouse events 255
Keyboard events 258
Form events 258
Events page 261
Summary 263
Tests 263
Appendix A. Answers to the test questions 265
Appendix b-table descriptors 292 HTML
Appendix B. Codes and mnemonic names of special characters 308
Index 316

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