Tired of reading HTML books that only make sense after you're an expert? Then it's about time you picked up Head First HTML and really learned HTML. You want to learn HTML so you can finally create those web pages you've always wanted, so you can communicate more effectively with friends, family, fans, and fanatic customers. You also want to do it right so you can actually maintain and expand your web pages over time so they work in all browsers and mobile devices. Oh, and if you've never heard of CSS, that's okay--we won't tell anyone you're still partying like it's 1999--but if you're going to create web pages in the 21st century then you'll want to know and understand CSS.
Learn the real secrets of creating web pages, and why everything your boss told you about HTML tables is probably wrong (and what to do instead). Most importantly, hold your own with your co-worker (and impress cocktail party guests) when he casually mentions how his HTML is now strict, and his CSS is in an external style sheet.
With Head First HTML, you'll avoid the embarrassment of thinking web-safe colors still matter, and the foolishness of slipping a font tag into your pages. Best of all, you'll learn HTML and CSS in a way that won't put you to sleep. If you've read a Head First book, you know what to expect: a visually-rich format designed for the way your brain works. Using the latest research in neurobiology, cognitive science, and learning theory, this book will load HTML and CSS into your brain in a way that sticks.
So what are you waiting for? Leave those other dusty books behind and come join us in Webville. Your tour is about to begin.
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Elisabeth Robson is co-founder of Wickedly Smart, an education company devoted to helping customers gain mastery in web technologies. She’s co-author of three bestselling books, Head First Design Patterns, Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML and Head First HTML5 Programming.
Eric Freeman is described by Head First series co-creator Kathy Sierra as “one of those rare individuals fluent in the language, practice, and culture of multiple domains from hipster hacker, to corporate VP, engineer, think tank." Professionally, Eric recently ended nearly a decade as a media company executive, having held the position of CTO of Disney Online & Disney.com at The Walt Disney Company. Eric is now devoting his time to WickedlySmart.com and lives with his wife and young daughter on Bainbridge Island. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Yale University.Contenuti:
; Praise for Head First HTML and CSS; More Praise for Head First HTML and CSS; Praise for other books by Eric Freeman and Elisabeth Robson; Authors of Head First HTML and CSS; How to Use This Book: Intro; Who is this book for?; We know what you’re thinking; Metacognition: thinking about thinking; Here’s what WE did; Here’s what YOU can do to bend your brain into submission; Read me; Tech reviewers (first edition); Acknowledgments (first edition)The large number of acknowledgments is because we’re testing the theory that everyone mentioned in a book acknowledgment will buy at least one copy, probably more, what with relatives and everything. If you’d like to be in the acknowledgment of our next book, and you have a large family, write to us.; Tech reviewers (second edition); Acknowledgments (second edition); Safari® Books Online; Chapter 1: Getting to Know HTML: The Language of the Web; 1.1 The Web Video killed the radio star; 1.2 What does the web server do?; 1.3 What does the web browser do?; 1.4 What you write (the HTML); 1.5 What the browser creates; 1.6 Your big break at Starbuzz Coffee; 1.7 Creating the Starbuzz web page; 1.8 Creating an HTML file (Mac); 1.9 Creating an HTML file (Windows); 1.10 Meanwhile, back at Starbuzz Coffee...; 1.11 Saving your work; 1.12 Opening your web page in a browser; 1.13 Take your page for a test drive; 1.14 Are we there yet?; 1.15 Another test drive; 1.16 Tags dissected; 1.17 Meet the style element; 1.18 Giving Starbuzz some style...; 1.19 Cruisin’ with style...; Chapter 2: Going Further with Hypertext: Meeting the “HT” in HTML; 2.1 Head First Lounge, new and improved; 2.2 Creating the new lounge; 2.3 What did we do?; 2.4 Understanding attributes; 2.5 Getting organized; 2.6 Organizing the lounge...; 2.7 Technical difficulties; 2.8 Planning your paths...; 2.9 Fixing those broken images...; Chapter 3: Building Blocks: Web Page Construction; 3.1 From journal to website, at 12 mph; 3.2 The rough design sketch; 3.3 From a sketch to an outline; 3.4 From the outline to a web page; 3.5 Test driving Tony’s web page; 3.6 Adding some new elements; 3.7 Meet the element; 3.8 Looooong quotes; 3.9 Adding a
; 3.10 The real truth behind the andmystery; 3.11 Meanwhile, back at Tony’s site...; 3.12 Of course, you could use the
element to make a list...; 3.13 Constructing HTML lists in two easy steps; 3.14 Taking a test drive through the cities; 3.15 Putting one element inside another is called “nesting”; 3.16 To understand the nesting relationships, draw a picture; 3.17 Using nesting to make sure your tags match; Chapter 4: Getting Connected: A Trip to Webville; 4.1 Getting Starbuzz (or yourself) onto the Web; 4.2 Finding a hosting company; 4.3 HELLO, my domain name is...; 4.4 How can you get a domain name?; 4.5 Moving in; 4.6 Getting your files to the root folder; 4.7 As much FTP as you can possibly fit in two pages; 4.8 Back to business...; 4.9 Mainstreet, URL; 4.10 What is HTTP?; 4.11 What’s an absolute path?; 4.12 How default pages work; 4.13 How do we link to other websites?; 4.14 Linking to Caffeine Buzz; 4.15 And now for the test drive...; 4.16 Web page fit and finish; 4.17 The title test drive...; 4.18 Linking into a page; 4.19 Using the id attribute to create a destination for ; 4.20 How to link to elements with ids; 4.21 Linking to a new window; 4.22 Opening a new window using target; Chapter 5: Adding Images to your Pages: Meeting the Media; 5.1 How the browser works with images; 5.2 How images work; 5.3 : it’s not just relative links anymore; 5.4 Always provide an alternative; 5.5 Sizing up your images; 5.6 Creating the ultimate fan site: myPod; 5.7 Check out myPod’s “index.html” file; 5.8 Whoa! The image is way too large; 5.9 Resize the image to fit in the browser; 5.10 Open the image; 5.11 Resizing the image; 5.12 You’ve resized—now save; 5.13 Save the image; 5.14 Fixing up the myPod HTML; 5.15 And now for the test drive...; 5.16 More photos for myPod; 5.17 Taking myPod for another test drive; 5.18 Reworking the site to use thumbnails; 5.19 Create the thumbnails; 5.20 Rework the HTML to use the thumbnails; 5.21 Take myPod for another test drive; 5.22 Turning the thumbnails into links; 5.23 Create individual pages for the photos; 5.24 So, how do I make links out of images?; 5.25 Add the image links to “index.html”; 5.26 Open the myPod logo; 5.27 What format should we use?; 5.28 To be transparent, or not to be transparent? That is the question...; 5.29 Save the transparent PNG; 5.30 Wait, what is the color of the web page background?; 5.31 Set the matte color; 5.32 Check out the logo with a matte; 5.33 Save the logo; 5.34 Add the logo to the myPod web page; 5.35 And now for the final test drive; Chapter 6: Standards and All that Jazz: Getting Serious with HTML; 6.1 A Brief History of HTML; 6.2 The new, and improved, HTML5 doctype; 6.3 HTML, the new “living standard”; 6.4 Adding the document type definition; 6.5 The doctype test drive; 6.6 Meet the W3C validator; 6.7 Validating the Head First Lounge; 6.8 Houston, we have a problem...; 6.9 Fixing that error; 6.10 We’re almost there...; 6.11 Adding a meta tag to specify the character encoding; 6.12 Making the validator (and more than a few browsers) happy with a tag...; 6.13 Third time’s the charm?; 6.14 Calling all HTML professionals, grab the handbook...; Chapter 7: Getting Started with CSS: Adding a Little Style; 7.1 You’re not in Kansas anymore; 7.2 Overheard on Webville’s “Trading Spaces”; 7.3 Using CSS with HTML; 7.4 Wanna add more style?; 7.5 Getting CSS into your HTML; 7.6 Adding style to the lounge; 7.7 Cruising with style: the test drive; 7.8 Style the heading; 7.9 Let’s put a line under the welcome message too; 7.10 We have the technology: specifying a second rule, just for the h1; 7.11 So, how do selectors really work?; 7.12 Seeing selectors visually; 7.13 Getting the lounge style into the elixirs and directions pages; 7.14 Creating the “lounge.css” file; 7.15 Linking from “lounge.html” to the external stylesheet; 7.16 Linking from “elixir.html” and “directions.html” to the external stylesheet; 7.17 Test driving the entire lounge...; 7.18 It’s time to talk about your inheritance...; 7.19 What if we move the font up the family tree?; 7.20 Test drive your new CSS; 7.21 Overriding inheritance; 7.22 Test drive; 7.23 Adding an element to the greentea class; 7.24 Creating a class selector; 7.25 A greentea test drive; 7.26 Taking classes further...; 7.27 The world’s smallest and fastest guide to how styles are applied; 7.28 Making sure the lounge CSS validates; Chapter 8: Styling with Fonts and Colors: Expanding Your Vocabulary; 8.1 Text and fonts from 30,000 feet; 8.2 What is a font family anyway?; 8.3 Specifying font families using CSS; 8.4 How font-family specifications work; 8.5 Dusting off Tony’s journal; 8.6 Getting Tony a new font-family; 8.7 Test driving Tony’s new fonts; 8.8 How do I deal with everyone having different fonts?; 8.9 How Web Fonts work; 8.10 How to add a Web Font to your page...; 8.11 Test drive the Web Font in Tony’s journal; 8.12 Adjusting font sizes; 8.13 So, how should I specify my font sizes?; 8.14 Let’s make these changes to the font sizes in Tony’s web page; 8.15 Test driving the font sizes; 8.16 Changing a font’s weight; 8.17 Test drive the normal-weight headings; 8.18 Adding style to your fonts; 8.19 Styling Tony’s quotes with a little italic; 8.20 How do web colors work?; 8.21 How do I specify web colors? Let me count the ways...; 8.22 The two-minute guide to hex codes; 8.23 How to find web colors; 8.24 Back to Tony’s page...we’re going to make the headings orange, and add an underline too; 8.25 Test drive Tony’s orange headings; 8.26 Everything you ever wanted to know about text decorations in less than one page; 8.27 Removing the underline...; Chapter 9: The Box Model: Getting Intimate with Elements; 9.1 The lounge gets an upgrade; 9.2 The new and improved, ultra-stylish lounge; 9.3 Setting up the new lounge; 9.4 Starting with a few simple upgrades; 9.5 A very quick test drive; 9.6 One more adjustment; 9.7 Checking out the new line height; 9.8 Getting ready for some major renovations; 9.9 A closer look at the box model; 9.10 What you can do to boxes; 9.11 Meanwhile, back at the lounge...; 9.12 Creating the guarantee style; 9.13 A test drive of the paragraph border; 9.14 Padding, border, and margins for the guarantee; 9.15 Adding some padding; 9.16 A test drive with some padding; 9.17 Now let’s add some margin; 9.18 A test drive with the margin; 9.19 Adding a background image; 9.20 Test driving the background image; 9.21 Fixing the background image; 9.22 Another test drive of the background image; 9.23 How do you add padding only on the left?; 9.24 Are we there yet?; 9.25 How do you increase the margin just on the right?; 9.26 A two-minute guide to borders; 9.27 Border fit and finish; 9.28 Congratulations!; 9.29 The id attribute; 9.30 But how do I use id in CSS?; 9.31 Using an id in the lounge; 9.32 Remixing stylesheets; 9.33 Using multiple stylesheets; 9.34 Stylesheets—they’re not just for desktop browsers anymore...; 9.35 Add media queries right into your CSS; Chapter 10: Divs and Spans: Advanced Web Construction; 10.1 A close look at the elixirs HTML; 10.2 Let’s explore how we can divide a page into logical sections; 10.3 Meanwhile, back at the lounge...; 10.4 Taking thefor a test drive; 10.5 Adding a border; 10.6 An over-the-border test drive; 10.7 Adding some real style to the elixirs section; 10.8 The game plan; 10.9 Working on the elixir width; 10.10 Test driving the width; 10.11 Adding the basic styles to the elixirs; 10.12 Test driving the new styles; 10.13 We’re almost there...; 10.14 What are we trying to do?; 10.15 What we need is a way to select descendants; 10.16 Changing the color of the elixir headings; 10.17 A quick test drive...; 10.18 Fixing the line height; 10.19 Look what you’ve accomplished...; 10.20 It’s time to take a little shortcut; 10.21 But there’s more...; 10.22 And even more shorthands; 10.23 Adding s in three easy steps; 10.24 Steps one and two: Adding the s; 10.25 Step three: Styling the s; 10.26 Test driving the spans; 10.27 The element and its multiple personalities; 10.28 How can you style elements based on their state?; 10.29 Putting those pseudo-classes to work; 10.30 Test drive the links; 10.31 Isn’t it about time we talk about the “cascade”?; 10.32 The cascade; 10.33 Welcome to the “What’s my specificity?” game; 10.34 Putting it all together; Chapter 11: Layout and Positioning: Arranging Elements; 11.1 Did you do the Super Brain Power?; 11.2 Use the Flow, Luke; 11.3 What about inline elements?; 11.4 How it all works together; 11.5 One more thing you should know about flow and boxes; 11.6 How to float an element; 11.7 Behind the scenes at the lounge; 11.8 The new Starbuzz; 11.9 A look at the markup; 11.10 And a look at the style; 11.11 Let’s take Starbuzz to the next level; 11.12 Move the sidebar just below the header; 11.13 Set the width of the sidebar and float it; 11.14 Test driving Starbuzz; 11.15 Fixing the two-column problem; 11.16 Setting the margin on the main section; 11.17 Test drive; 11.18 Uh oh, we have another problem; 11.19 Solving the overlap problem; 11.20 Test drive; 11.21 Righty tighty, lefty loosey; 11.22 A quick test drive; 11.23 Liquid and frozen designs; 11.24 A frozen test drive; 11.25 What’s the state between liquid and frozen? Jello, of course!; 11.26 Test driving with a tank of jello; 11.27 How absolute positioning works; 11.28 Another example of absolute positioning; 11.29 Using absolute positioning; 11.30 Changing the Starbuzz CSS; 11.31 Now we just need to rework the main ; 11.32 Time for the absolute test drive; 11.33 How CSS table display works; 11.34 How to create the CSS and HTML for a table display; 11.35 Adding HTML structure for the table display; 11.36 How to use CSS to create table displays; 11.37 Meanwhile, back at Starbuzz...; 11.38 A quick test drive...; 11.39 What’s the problem with the spacing?; 11.40 Fix the spacing; 11.41 A final test drive of our table display; 11.42 Strategies for your CSS layout toolbox; 11.43 Problems with the header; 11.44 Fixing the header images with float; 11.45 Test drive your float; 11.46 Adding the award; 11.47 Positioning the award; 11.48 How does fixed positioning work?; 11.49 Putting the coupon on the page; 11.50 Putting the coupon on the page; 11.51 Using a negative left property value; 11.52 A rather positive, negative test drive; Chapter 12: HTML5 Markup: Modern HTML; 12.1 Rethinking HTML structure; 12.2 Modern Starbuzz; 12.3 Update your Starbuzz HTML; 12.4 Test driving the new ride; 12.5 Before you continue...; 12.6 How to update your CSS for the new elements; 12.7 Test drive #2; 12.8 Building the Starbuzz blog page; 12.9 Setting up the CSS for the blog page; 12.10 Test drive the blog page; 12.11 We still need to add a date to the blog...; 12.12 Adding the element to your blog; 12.13 How to add more elements; 12.14 Testing the header; 12.15 So, what’s wrong with the header anyway?; 12.16 A final test drive for the headers; 12.17 Completing the navigation; 12.18 Adding the navigation CSS; 12.19 Who needs GPS? Giving the navigation a test drive; 12.20 Adding a element...; 12.21 Making our CSS more specific...; 12.22 Ta-da! Look at that navigation!; 12.23 Creating the new blog entry; 12.24 And now, introducing the element; 12.25 Lights, camera, action...; 12.26 How does the element work?; 12.27 Closely inspecting the video attributes...; 12.28 What you need to know about video formats; 12.29 The video format contenders; 12.30 How to juggle all those formats...; 12.31 Take 2: lights, camera, action...; 12.32 How to be even more specific with your video formats; 12.33 Update and test drive; Chapter 13: Tables and More Lists: Getting Tabular; 13.1 How do you make tables with HTML?; 13.2 Creating a table with HTML; 13.3 What the browser creates; 13.4 Tables dissected; 13.5 Adding a caption; 13.6 Test drive...and start thinking about style; 13.7 Before we start styling, let’s get the table into Tony’s page; 13.8 Now let’s style the table; 13.9 Taking the styled tables for a test drive; 13.10 Getting those borders to collapse; 13.11 How about some color?; 13.12 How about some color in the table rows?; 13.13 Did we mention that Tony made an interesting discovery in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico?; 13.14 Another look at Tony’s table; 13.15 How to tell cells to span more than one row; 13.16 Test drive the table; 13.17 Trouble in paradise?; 13.18 Test driving the nested table; 13.19 Overriding the CSS for the nested table headings; 13.20 Giving Tony’s site the final polish; 13.21 Giving the list some style; 13.22 What if you want a custom marker?; Chapter 14: HTML Forms: Getting Interactive; 14.1 How forms work; 14.2 How forms work in the browser; 14.3 What you write in HTML; 14.4 What the browser creates; 14.5 How the element works; 14.6 What can go in a form?; 14.7 What can go in a form? (part 2); 14.8 Oh, even more can go in a form!; 14.9 Getting ready to build the Bean Machine form; 14.10 Figuring out what goes in the form element; 14.11 Adding the element; 14.12 How form element names work; 14.13 Back to getting those input elements into your HTML; 14.14 A form-al test drive; 14.15 Adding some more input elements to your form; 14.16 Adding the select element; 14.17 Test driving the element; 14.18 Give the customer a choice of whole or ground beans; 14.19 Punching the radio buttons; 14.20 Using more input types; 14.21 Adding the number and date input types; 14.22 Test driving the number and date input elements; 14.23 Completing the form; 14.24 Adding the checkboxes and text area; 14.25 The final form test drive; 14.26 Watching GET in action; 14.27 Getting the form elements into HTML structure for table display layout; 14.28 Styling the form with CSS; 14.29 Test drive the styled form; 14.30 A word about ...
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