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Duckett J. Beginning Web Programming with HTML, XHTML, and CSS

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Duckett J. Beginning Web Programming with HTML, XHTML, and CSS
2nd Edition. — Wrox, 2008, — 768 p. — ISBN: 978-0-470-25931-3.
As the title of this book suggests, you will be learning a few different languages:
HTML and XHTML: HTML and XHTML are needed to explain the structure of any web pages. They’re used to indicate what text should be considered a heading, where paragraphs start and end, and what images should appear in the document, and to specify links between different pages. As you might be relieved to hear, you shouldn’t think of HTML and XHTML as two separate languages. Rather, you can consider XHTML as more like the latest version of HTML.
CSS: CSS is used to control how a document should appear. For example, you can use it to specify that a typeface should be a large, bold, Arial typeface or that the background of a page should be a light green. It can also be used to control where different items appear on a page. For example, you can use CSS to present text in two columns on the same page.
JavaScript: You learn a little bit of JavaScript to add interactivity to the web pages you create, and to work with the browser displaying the web page.
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