Présentation de l'éditeur
XHTML is a flexible XML-based markup language for designing Web sites. In January 2000, the W3C announced that it was supporting the development of XHTML as a replacement to HTML. HTML will continue to be
around for a while, but if you want to develop Web sites for the future you need to switch to XHTML. Designers who make the change find that they can develop faster, better sites using XHTML.
sites you need to understand these technologies and how they work together.
Essential XHTML fast gives you everything
series Web site.
It covers key aspects such as:
- The relationship between XML and XHTML
- Cascading Style sheets for formatting layout
- Using text, images and image
maps as links
- Creating and using tables
- The new standard for frames
- Interactive XHTML forms
The source code for the examples in this book is available at the Essential series web site http://www.essential-series.com