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Xhtml 1.0 Web Development Sourcebook: Building Better Sites and…

by Ian S. Graham

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0471374865, Paperback)

Wiley has an enviable reputation for producing solid, reliable computer books, and Ian S. Graham's XHTML 1.0 Web Development Sourcebook is no exception.

Building Web sites, Graham rightly says, used to be a matter of linking a few HTML pages together and, hey, presto--your site. Nowadays, things aren't so simple. Web sites are technically far more complex, and businesses depend on sites to offer an increasing range of services.

Aimed primarily at Web developers, the XHTML 1.0 Web Development Sourcebook takes you through the technical underpinnings of the primary Web technologies, describing how they relate to each other and how to use them to best effect. The book starts with an overview of HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, XSL, JavaScript, and the DOM. It does a fine job of demystifying and contextualizing a range of Web acronyms and technologies, and also discusses the technical requirements of page design and whole sites.

This is not the full, hardcore lowdown on XHTML (and CSS), however. The companion volume, XHTML 1.0 Language and Design Sourcebook, does the job of explaining how to use XHTML for page design, while this volume focuses much more on how to create a project that develops those pages into a large-scale application.

This very readable source book, alongside its companion volume, will enable developers to fully incorporate XHTML into their world. --Mark Thwaite, Amazon.co.uk

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:20 -0400)

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