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Web Design All-in-One for Dummies® by Sue Jenkins

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Web Design All-in-One For Dummies
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Web standards
accessibility standards
overview, 503–504
Section 508, 504–508
CSS (Cascading Style
Sheets) as, 272–273
CSS formatting
advantages of, 500–501
examples of, 501–503
HTML formatting
compared with,
499–500
overview, 498–499
presentation separate
from content in, 500
DOCTYPEs (DTDs)
declaration, 490
definition, 490
Dreamweaver, adding a
DOCTYPE in, 493–495
HTML DOCTYPEs,
491–492
included in Web code,
485
overview, 489
selecting, 489–493
XHTML DOCTYPEs,
492–493
HTML, writing semantic,
495–498
Max Design Web
Standards Checklist,
488
overview, 484
resources for, 488
standards-compliant code,
importance of writing,
484–485
uniform methods of
coding HTML and
XHTML, 485
W3C recommendations
for, 485–486
XHTML, writing semantic,
495–498
Web-safe color, 108–109
Weinman, Lynda (Web-safe
color palette), 108
What We Do page, deciding
whether to use a, 66
white-space property, 311
width of table, 254–256
width property
border style (CSS), 314
box style (CSS), 313
positioning style (CSS),
318
Windows Media Player, 450,
452
wireframes
advantages of, 72
content for a particular
page element, 71
content that appears on
every page element, 70
creating, 70–73
dynamic functionality
element of, 71
educating client on use of,
72
general site navigation
element of, 70
interactive components
element of, 70
overview, 70–71
WordPress, 34, 36
word-spacing property, 310
World Wide Web
Consortium (W3C), 243,
272, 333, 485–488
Wright, Matt (form-
processing script
creator), 398
writing, getting the client’s
approval in, 170, 463
W3Schools, 45, 47
W3Schools Tutorial, 330
WS_FTP, 574
www section of Web
address, 547
WYSIWYG (what you see is
what you get), 94
X
XHTML (eXtensible
HyperText Markup
Language)
compliance information,
23
described, 95–96
DOCTYPEs, 492–493
HTML compared, 95–96,
497–498
rules for, 497–498
syntax, applying
consistent, 520–521
writing semantic, 495–498
XML (eXtensible Markup
Language), 489
Y
Yummy FTP, 574
Z
Zeldman, Jeffrey (Web site),
488–489
Z-index property, 319
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