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In XHTML and HTML Essential Training, Bill Weinman helps designers and coders understand XHTML and HTML. In the process, Bill covers document structure, block and inline-level tags, floating images, controlling white space, phrase and font markup, and tables and frames. He even provides a good introduction to CSS. Bill offers step-by-step guidance for building a complete working web site. Exercise files accompany the course.
My goal in creating this course was to give you the essentials of HTML and XTML, so you can use this technology to build websites for yourself and for your clients. I have shown you the different versions of HTML and XHTML and how to specify which version you are using. I have shown you how to construct a basic document template, so you can create websites with correct XHTML, without any more trouble than using minimal HTML. So your websites will work consistently on a wide variety of platforms and devices. I have covered the most common and useful XHTML tags and CSS techniques and I've taken you thorough the process of applying these techniques in a real life website.
So you can move forward with confidence, knowing that you have what it takes to apply your knowledge in the real world. I've really enjoyed creating this course for you and I sincerely hope all of this is as useful for you as it has been fun for me.
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