Integrated, well-organized coverage expertly shows how to use all these key technologies together
Short, simple lessons teach hands-on skills readers can apply immediately
By best-selling author Julie Meloni
Originals of Slides and Source Code for Examples:
Taught by the author of Core Servlets and JSP
HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the main markup language for displaying web pages and other information that can be displayed in a web browser. HTML is written in the form of HTML elements consisting of tags enclosed in angle brackets (like ), within the web page content.The purpose of a web browser is to read HTML documents and compose them into visible or audible web pages. The browser does not display the HTML tags, but uses the tags to interpret the content of the page.
to know to use it. This module answers some basic questions about what
can use it to create more dynamic and inviting Web pages, and provides
a brief history of the language.
Dynamic HTML isn’t a single piece of technology that you can point to and say,
“This is DHTML.” The term is a descriptor that encompasses all of the technologies
that combine to make a web page dynamic: the technologies that let you
create new elements without refreshing the page, change the color of those elements,
and make them expand, contract, and zoom around the screen.
DHTML uses HTML, the DOM, and CSS in combination with a client-side
Trong ngành in ấn trước đây, để chỉ thị cho thợ in sắp chữ trong văn bản, tác giả
hay chủ bút thường vẽ các vòng tròn trong bản thảo và chú thích bằng một ngôn ngữ,
tương tự tốc kí. Ngôn ngữ đó được gọi là ngôn ngữ đánh dấu (Markup Language).
Do những nhu cầu phát triển của khoa học công nghệ mà người ta đã xây dựng ra
một ngôn ngữ có tên: Ngôn ngữ đánh dấu tổng quát (SGML - Standard Generalized
In the "old days" of the World Wide Web (three whole years ago), there were two ways to get information (also
called content) to the user. The primary way was through HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the language
used to write Web pages. HTML enables you to present text and certain types of graphics (as well as links to
connect one page to another page) either on the same computer or somewhere else in the world. As HTML has
evolved (the current standard being worked on is version 3.2), other features have been added, such as forms,
frames, tables, and so on. However, even with all...
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In the spirit of the quote that opens this chapter, I believe that a simple demonstration
is one of the best ways to introduce a new technology. So I’m opening this book by providing
a tutorial that will use the Dojo Toolkit to enhance a basic HTML form.This
chapter introduces the tutorial, which continues through Chapter 5,“Processing Forms
with Dojo,” and comprises Part I,“A Dojo Tutorial.”
HTML and XML for Beginners provides Web coding beginners with a concise guide to the world of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), and previews even more powerful alternatives such as Extensible Markup Language (XML). Rich in examples, the book walks the Web beginner through basic HTML techniques such as creating and publishing Web pages, formatting text, adding graphics, and creating hyperlinks.
technical documents to an essential part of daily life, making and breaking relationships
and fortunes along the way. “Looking something up on the Internet,”
by which is almost always meant the Web, is now within reach of almost anyone
living in a first-world country, and the idea of conducting conversations and
business (and probably orchestras) in your Web browser is no longer foreign, but
part of life....
What makes this electronic travel from Web site to Web site so compelling for me (and for
millions of other users) is that there aren’t just thousands or tens of thousands of Web documents
to visit—there are millions. So many pages exist, in fact, that no one has ever visited
all of them. Because so many documents are available, finding the information you’re seeking
is perhaps the single greatest challenge on the Internet.
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