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Murach's HTML, XHTML, and CSS (Web Programming)

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If you have anything to do with web development, you should know how to use HTML. XHTML, and CSS the modern, professional way. That's true if you want to become a web designer. That's true for web designers who still use tables for page layout when they should be using CSS. That's true for JavaScript programmers. And that's true for server-side programmers who use PHP, ASF.NET, Java servlets and JSPs, or other server-side languages.

Whether you're just starting out in web development or you'd like to update your existing skills, this book gets you off to a fast start! In fact, in just the first 6 chapters, you'll learn more about web development than you can from most full books. By the end of this crash course, you'll be developing web pages the professional way, with HTML or XHTML for the content and CSS for the formatting and page layout. That includes sophisticated page layouts that require the use of the box model, floating, and positioning.

In section 2, you'll learn all the other skills that you need for developing web pages. Those skills include how to develop forms that are submitted to web servers, how to add audio or video to a page, how to use a style sheet for printing, how to develop pages for mobile devices...everything you need for modern web pages. You'll also learn how to take your web pages to the next level by using tested JavaScript code for effects like image rollovers and slide shows.

In the last section, now that you know how to develop web pages, you'll learn how to design an entire web site using today's best practices. You'll also learn how to deploy your web site, and how to get it into the major search engines and directories. When you're done, you'll have all the perspective and skills you need to develop professional web pages.

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Neural Network Programming with TensorFlow: Unleash the power of TensorFlow to train efficient neural networks
Neural Network Programming with TensorFlow: Unleash the power of TensorFlow to train efficient neural networks

Neural Networks and their implementation decoded with TensorFlow

About This Book

  • Develop a strong background in neural network programming from scratch, using the popular Tensorflow library.
  • Use Tensorflow to implement different kinds of neural networks – from simple...
Using SAS in Financial Research
Using SAS in Financial Research
Researchers, graduate students, and practitioners in the financial market now have the first reference-style handbook detailing the mechanics of statistical testing on financial and accounting data. This one-of-a-kind book illustrates how to use SAS software to conduct basic empirical analyses of stock market and financial statement data. It covers...
Frommer's Paris 2011 (Frommer's Colour Complete Guides)
Frommer's Paris 2011 (Frommer's Colour Complete Guides)

Discovering the City of Light and making it your own has always been the most compelling reason to visit Paris. If you’re a fi rst-timer, everything, of course, will be new to you. If you’ve been away for awhile, expect changes: Taxi drivers may no longer correct your fractured French, but address you in English—tantamount...


Java 8 in Action: Lambdas, Streams, and functional-style programming
Java 8 in Action: Lambdas, Streams, and functional-style programming

Summary

Java 8 in Action is a clearly written guide to the new features of Java 8. The book covers lambdas, streams, and functional-style programming. With Java 8's functional features you can now write more concise code in less time, and also automatically benefit from multicore architectures. It's...

Branding For Dummies
Branding For Dummies

Discover how brands are created, managed, differentiated, leveraged, and licensed

Whether your business is large or small, global or local, this new edition of Branding For Dummies gives you the nuts and bolts to create, improve, and maintain a successful brand. It'll help you define your company's mission,...

Windows Azure programming patterns for Start-ups
Windows Azure programming patterns for Start-ups
Windows Azure was officially announced at PDC 2008, but looking back, I had a quick look in the kitchen of Windows Azure in 2007 while I was visiting Redmond during the Lead Enterprise Architect Program (LEAP) sessions. Pat Helland, a senior architect at Microsoft, gave a talk on The irresistible forces meet the movable objects....
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