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By Wendy Willard

Crucial talents for first-time programmers! This easy-to-use ebook explains the basics of HTML and net improvement. The modular technique of this series--including drills, pattern initiatives, and mastery checks--makes it effortless to benefit to exploit this strong programming language at your personal speed

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Speedier editing The large-scale WYSIWYG editors often take a lot of memory and system resources, slowing both the computer and the development process. ● More flexibility Many WYSIWYG editors are programmed to “fix” code they think is faulty. This may make you unable to insert code or edit the existing code as you want. That said, the newest WYSIWYG editors have come a long way in terms of control and flexibility. They even offer Web developers advanced features such as the capability to code DHTML and JavaScript.

Style sheets, used especially in DHTML, are discussed throughout the book. ● JavaScript is a scripting language designed to give Web pages more interactivity than can be achieved through HTML. Even though the name might make you think otherwise, JavaScript is different from Java, which is a full programming language. You will read more about JavaScript in Module 14. Both text-based HTML editors and WYSIWYG editors have their benefits. My recommendation is to download free trials of the various programs and decide for yourself which one works best for your needs.

In this example, the base tag is font, and the attributes are face and size. Each attribute has a value, which comes after an equal sign (=) and is placed within quotation marks. There’s no need to repeat the font tag, because multiple attributes can be included in a single tag. Note, even though two attributes are listed in the opening tag, you only need to close the tag (not the attributes). TEAM LinG - Live, Informative, Non-cost and Genuine! 28 Module 2: Basic Page Structure Required Tags All XHTML pages need to have the html, head, and body tags, and the DOCTYPE identifier.

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