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By Paul S. Wang

Combining viewpoints from a division of laptop technology (Paul Wang) and a college of visible communique layout (Sanda Katila), this leading edge e-book covers the layout and know-how facets of website improvement in an built-in demeanour. The balanced point of view results in an figuring out of the creative layout, visible conversation, details structure, laptop technology, and programming had to commence getting to know the internet. whereas concentrating on the paintings and know-how of website production, the authors emphasize theoretical figuring out and developmental strategies.

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3. 1: First Web Page Block-level elements: elements behaving like paragraphs, including h1—h6 (headings), p (paragraph), pre (pre-formatted text), div (designated block), ul, ol, dl (lists), table (tabulation), and form (user input forms). When displayed, a block-level (or simply block) element always starts a new line and any element immediately after the block element will also begin on a new line. Inline elements: elements behaving like words, characters, or phrases within a block, including a (anchor or hyperlink), br (line break), img (picture or graphics), em (emphasis), strong (strong emphasis), sub (subscript), sup (superscript), code (computer code), var (variable name), kbd (text for user input), samp (sample output), span (designated inline scope).

Dynamic Server Pages Dynamic generation of pages is made simpler and more integrated with Web page design and construction by allowing a Web page to contain active parts that are treated by the Web server and transformed into desired content on-the-fly as the page is retrieved and returned to a client browser. The active parts in a page are written in some kind of notation to distinguish them from the static parts of a page. The ASP (Active Server Page from Microsoft), JSP (Java Server Page), and the popular PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) are examples.

The body element may contain only block-level HTML elements. Freestanding texts (not enclosed in block elements) or inline elements are not allowed directly in the body element. Certain tags are only allowed within their permitted context. For example, a

(table row) element can only be given inside a

element. Learning XHTML involves knowing the elements, their attributes, where they can be placed, and the elements they can contain. 6 Core Attributes All XHTML elements admit the following core attributes: • id—Uniquely identifies the element in a page.

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