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HTML, DHTML & CSS 1
History of HTML
Tim Berners-Lee created the original HTML (and many associated protocols such as on a NeXTcube workstation using the NeXTSTEP development environment. At the time, HTML was not a specification, but a collection of tools to solve an immediate problem: the communication and dissemination of ongoing research among Berners-Lee and a group of his colleagues. His solution later combined with the emerging international and public internet to garner worldwide attention.
HTML Reference
If you are just starting your illustrious HTML career, have a leaf through the two Starting Off sections, if you want more specific check out the Lessons, and if you’re well-versed in the art of HTML you should read the Advanced stuff. You can also get technical with the Scripting s. Finally, the HTML Reference charts and whatnot are in a table further down this page. If you want to find a certain fast, use the Search box at the top there.
How Teach You

The following will teach you how to:

  • use the style element
  • link to separate style sheets
  • set page margins
  • set left and right and first-line indents
  • set the amount of whitespace above and below
  • set the font type, style and size
  • add borders and backgrounds
  • set colors with named or numeric values
  • add style for browsers that don't understand CSS
  • XForms - The Next Generation of Web Forms
    "XForms" is W3C's name for a specification of Web forms that can be used with a wide variety of platforms including desktop computers, hand helds, information appliances, and even paper. XForms started life as a subgroup of the HTML Working Group, but has now been spun off as an independent Activity. Traditional HTML Web forms don't separate the purpose from the presentation of a form. XForms, in contrast, are comprised of separate sections that describe what the form does, and how the form looks. This allows for flexible presentation options, including classic XHTML forms, to be attached to an XML form definition
    More advanced features
  • force line breaks
  • introduce non-breaking spaces
  • use entities for special characters
  • link into the middle of pages
  • use preformatted text
  • flow text around images
  • define clickable regions within images
  • create tables
  • use roll-overs and other tricks
  • enable users to listen to sound files
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