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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.
If you're a premium member of the lynda.com Online Training Library or if you're watching this tutorial on a DVD ROM, you have access to the Exercise Files used throughout this title. So this is how the Exercise Files are organized. You'll see I've got this folder opened from the Desktop here and you can see that each of these folders corresponds to a chapter in the course and some of the folders have sub-folders like this one here and it has these different files within it. So it has sub-folders, then the sub- folders are numbered according to the lesson within that chapter.
And if it doesn't, like in the case of this one, then it just has files within it that are numbered according to the lessons within the chapter. So this makes it easy for you to follow along. You can open up these files in your own text editor and follow along as I demonstrate the techniques in that particular lesson. As a final note, this final chapter here, the website, has a different organization and I'll explain that in the first lesson within that chapter. If you're a monthly subscriber or an annual subscriber to Lynda.com, but do not have access to the Exercise Files, you can still follow along from scratch with your own assets, typing the lessons as you see me demonstrating them on the screen.
So there we have it. That's the organization of the Exercise Files and the whole spiel about the Exercise Files. So let's get started.
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