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xHTML Video Training CD

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  • High quality video training works on Pc or Mac
  • Ideal for people that learn quicker by being shown
  • Unique training method, learn any application in days
  • Learn from your own desk at a pace that suits you
  • Expert trainer guides you step by step
  • Find answers quickly, each CD is fully indexed
  • It's just like having a expert sat next to you


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  • Platform:    Windows, Mac
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B0007RR2GQ
  • Release Date: 21 Mar. 2011
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Manufacturer's Description

Author: Anthony Knox

Training Duration 4 hours

Number of Movies 119

xHTML is a combination of HTML and XML(extensible Markup Language). xHTML consists of all the elements in HTML 4 combined with the syntax of XML. This training CD teaches you how to code in xHTML. Author Anthony Knox will show you everything you need to know about CSS1 Selectors, Pseudo elements and classes, visual formatting, and advanced CSS2.

Tutorials included on this training CD:
Introduction
Introduction
The W3C
About MLs
About CSS
About DOMs
About DTDs
About Legacy
HTML + XML = XHTML
Folder Naming
File Naming
The 60k Limit
Downloading HTML-KIT
Setting up Preferences
Installing Plug-ins
HTML-TIDY
Working With HTML-KIT
Uploading With HTML-KIT
Downloading Amaya
Working With Amaya
Using Amaya & HTML-KIT Together
Browsers to Download

Introduction to XHTML
DTDs
Parts of DTDs
Updating With DTDs
Doctype Declarations
HTML vs XML
Basic XML
XML DTDs
XML & CSS
External DTDs
Future Directions
XHTMLs DOM
Language Values
Character Sets & Encoding
Character References

Introduction to CSS 1
Introduction
Applying CSS
Making CSS work
Guidelines
Organising
The Two Specifications
Including CSS
Internal CSS
External CSS
@import Rules
Attached
The Document Tree

CSS1 Selectors
Element & Grouping
Inheritance
Class & ID Selectors
Contextual Selectors

Pseudo Elements & Classes
Pseudo Classes
a:hover
Mixed Pseudo Selectors
Pseudo Elements
Using Class & ID

CSS Units of Measurement
Absolute
Relative
Percentages
Urls
Color Keynames
RGB Triplets

Font &Text Properties
Font-family
Font-style
Font-variant
Font-weight
Font-size
Font universal
Word-spacing
Letter-spacing
Text-decoration
Vertical-align
Text-transform
Text-align
Text-indent
Line-height
White-space

Applying Colors
Color & Background
Background-image
Controlling Backgrounds
Background-position
Background Universal

Visual Formatting
Display
List-style-type
List Images and Positioning
List-style

Box Properties
Margins
Margin Universal
Padding
Border-style
Border-color
Border widths
Border-width Shorthand
Border Sides
Border Shorthand
Width & Height
Float
Clear

The Cascade
Style Origins
The Primary Sort
Possible Conflicts
The Secondary Sort
The Final Sort
Important & Inherit
CSS notes

Finalising Our Document
Adding Attributes
Validating
Sorting CSS
Incompatibilities
Minimal Documents
Rollovers

Advanced CSS 2
Focus of CSS 2
Inherit & Transparent
Dynamic Positioning
Relative & Box-offset
Absolute
Fixed
The Z-index

Future directions
Overview


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