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Tables of Contents for The Complete Idiot''s Guide to Creating an Html Web Page
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Part 1: But First, a Few Choice World Wide Web and HTML Tidbits
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1 It's a Wonderful World Wide Web What is the World Wide Web and what's with all the W's?
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2 A Brief HTML Web Page Primer HTML? Hard? Hah! Here's proof.
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Part 2: Creating Your First HTML Web Page
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3 Laying the Foundation: The Basic Structure of a Web Page Pouring the concrete for that dream home page you've always wanted to build.
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4 From Buck-Naked to Beautiful: Dressing Up Your Page HTML fashion tips that'll turn your Web page into a real looker!
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5 A Fistful of List Grist for Your Web Page Mill Compulsive list-makers will be happy to know that HTML includes no less than three types of lists. This chapter takes you through the tags.
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6 Making the Jump to Hyperspace: Adding Links A Web page without links is like a room without windows. This chapter shows you how to keep your pages from becoming claustrophobic.
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7 A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Clicks: Working with Images Image is, apparently, everything, so this chapter shows you how to give your pages that graphic touch.
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8 Publishing Your Page on the Web Now, at long last, you get to foist your Web page masterpiece on an unsuspecting world.
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Part 3: A Grab Bag of Web Page Wonders
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9 Images Can Be Links, Too The quick pic click shtick: how to turn an image into a hypertext link.
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10 Netscape and Internet Explorer HTML Extensions Netscape and Microsoft are rapidly redefining the HTML standards: This chapter shows you what all the fuss is about.
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11 Table Talk: Adding Tables to Your Page Complete coverage of the HTML tags that let you turn the tables on your Web pages.
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12 Making Your Web Pages Dance and Sing Animations, sounds, video, and other multimedia marvels.
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13 Need Feedback? Create a Form! This chapter shows you how to slap up a form for feedback, back talk, replies, responses, retorts, or rejoinders.
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14 Fooling Around with Frames The Compartment Department: Hot to devide the browser window into seperate areas, each with its own Web page!
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15 The Elements of Web Page Style A truckload of HTML dos and don'ts to make sure you always put your best Web foot forward.
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16 Some HTML Resources on the Web Billions of Web locales for graphics, style guides, and lots more.
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Part 4: Painless Page Production: Easier Ways To Do the HTML Thing
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17 Becoming an HTML Virtuoso with Netscape Composer A symphony of pain-free Web page production techniques cortesy of Netscape Composer.
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18 The Word Wide Web: HTML and Word 97 Create Web documents as easily as you create memos, letters, and other word processing productions.
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19 The Best Free HTML Editor: HTML Writer The best things in life really are free, and this chapter will prove it!
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20 The Best Commercial HTML Editor: HotDog You've gotta fork over some cash but, as you'll see in this chapter, this baby's worth every penny.
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21 Assorted Other Ways to Create HTML Documents A grab bag of HTML odds and ends, including more editors, Web-based page creators, file converters, and lots more.
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Appendix A Speak Like a Geek Glossary A crash course in techno-babble.
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Appendix B Browser Basics: Surfing with Navigator and Explorer A quick course in how to navigate the Web's High Seas with Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer.
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Appendix C HTML Codes for Cool Character A collection of characters and symbols to toss willy-nilly into your pages.
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Appendix D The CD: The Webmaster's Toolkit What's on the disk and how to get it from your floppy drive to your hard drive.
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Index
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