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Introduction to HTML -- Table of Contents

New: January 2000 -- Differences between XHTML and HTML

  1. Table of Contents/ToC (this page)
  2. List of mirror sites
  1. Introduction to the Collection
    1. My books on XHTML, HTMLand Web design, and
      other Web-technology books I have written.
  2. Introduction to HTML
    1. HTML Elements
    2. HTML Document Structure
    3. HTML Document Naming Scheme
    4. Version and history of HTML
    5. XHTML and the differences from HTML (New -- Jan/2000)
    6. CSS and HTML/XHTML (New -- Jan/2000)
  3. HEAD of an HTML Document
    1. BASE
    2. ISINDEX
      1. ISINDEX enhancements
    3. LINK
    4. META
    5. NEXTID
    6. TITLE
    7. SCRIPT (Netscape only )
    8. STYLE (HTML 3)
  4. BODY of an HTML Document
    1. Organization of Elements in the BODY
    2. Hn (Headings)
    3. P (Paragraphs)
    4. ADDRESS
    5. BLOCKQUOTE
    6. DIV
    7. Lists
      1. DL (Glossary) Lists
      2. Regular (UL, OL, DIR, MENU) Lists
      3. Extended List Properties (UL, OL)
    8. HR (Horizontal Rule)
    9. PRE (Preformatted)
    10. FORMs
    11. TABLEs
      1. TABLEs Introduction
      2. Netscape TABLE Element Attributes
      3. TR - Table Rows and Cell Alignment
      4. Table Cell COLSPAN and ROWSPAN Attributes
      5. TABLEs within TABLEs
    12. Text Emphasis/Highlighting
    13. Hypertext Anchors (A)
      1. Link to an object (HREF)
      2. Link froman object (NAME)
      3. Relationship between objects (REL)
      4. Relationship between objects (REV)
      5. URN
      6. TITLE
      7. How to link (METHODS)
    14. Line Breaks (BR)
    15. Inlined Images (IMG)
      1. Examples of Images
    16. Special Characters (Entities)
    17. Missing Features - Equations
  5. Miscellaneous
    1. Comments in HTML documents
  6. Stylesheets
  7. Netscape & Microsoft Extensions, and Advanced HTML Elements
    1. CENTER
    2. FONT
    3. BASEFONT
    4. APPLET
    5. MARQUEE
    6. MAP
    7. FRAME
    8. EMBED & NOEMBED
    9. OBJECT (Advanced HTML 4.0)
    10. MULTICOL
    11. SPACER
    12. NOBR & WBR
  8. Uniform Resource Locator (URL)
    1. HTTP
    2. Gopher
    3. Ftp
    4. WAIS searches
    5. Telnet
    6. News
    7. Mailto
  9. Interaction with Server (with examples)
    1. ISINDEX Searches
    2. ISMAP Image Maps
    3. cgi-bin scripts
    4. FORMs
    5. Server-Side includes
  10. Bibliography and References
  1. Keyword Index
I have written several books on XHTML, HTML, URLs, HTTP, CSS, and CGI. If you found this online material useful, please have a look at some descriptions of these books, to see if any of these might be of interest to you.

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