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Book: HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide, 6th ed., by Chuck Musciano and Bill Kennedy (October 2006). Discusses HTML, XHTML, the World Wide Web, writing tools, embedded tags, the XHTML document, hyperlinks, images, lists, searchable documents, tables, forms, frames, style sheets, JavaScript, the anatomy of an HTML document, text basics (e.g., headings, paragraphs, style tags, etc.), rules, multimedia, linking, formatted lists, CSS, executable content, dynamic documents, mobile devices, XML, XHTML, why XHTML?, creating XHTML documents, XHTML 1.1, should you use XHTML?, tips, tracks and hacks.

Book: HTML, XHTML, and CSS, 6th ed., by Elizabeth Castro (August 2006). Discusses HTML building blocks (writing, tags, nesting tags, special symbols, file names and URLs), starting a web page, text formatting, creating web images, using images, page layout, links, lists, tables, forms, frames, multimedia, cascading style sheets (CSS), setting up style sheets, formatting text, layout, scripts, JavaScript, and publishing a web page. Appendices cover HTML tools, special symbols, colors in hex, HTML and compatibility.

Book: Web Standards Creativity: Innovations in Web Design with XHTML, CSS and DOM Scripting, by Andy Budd, Andy Clarke, Ian Lloyd, Cameron Adams, Rob Weychert, Ethan Marcotte, Dan Rubin, Jeff Croft, Mark Boulton, Simon Collison, and Derek Featherstone (March 2007). Discusses semantic structure, Flash, JavaScript, PNG (portable network graphics) transparency in Web Design, effective print techniques applied to CSS, using the DOM (document object model) and CSS, grid design for the web, classic topography with CSS, creating dynamic interfaces using JavaScript, and navigation.

Book: Beginning HTML with CSS and XHTML: Modern Guide and Reference, by Craig Cook and David Schultz. Discusses structuring data using (X)HTML, styling, layout, using cascading style sheets, JavaScript, attributes, code and properties.

Book: HTML and XHTML Step by Step, by Faithe Wempen (February 2006). Discusses the basics of HTML and XHTML, document structure, formatting text with tags, using lists, using backgrounds, creating hyperlinks and anchors, style sheets, formatting text and paragraphs with style sheets, displaying graphs, creating navigation aids, creating tables, formatting tables, division-based layouts, user forms, using frames for layout, incorporating audio and video, HTML and Microsoft Word and FrontPage, usability and accessibility.

Book: Sams Teach Yourself HTML in 10 Minutes, 4th ed., by Deidre Hayes. Discusses what HTML is, what XHTML is, how HTML and XHTML work, web browsers, required elements, saving and viewing a page, XHTML requirements, paragraphs, text emphasis, headings, special characters, math and science notations, meta tags, what a URL is, hyperlinks, linking, style sheets, defining rules, applying styles, formatting, adding lines, lists, tables, graphs, mapping images, frames, forms, sound, video, designing with HTML, active web pages, and web authoring tools. Appendices cover an HTML/XHTML quick reference, a style sheet quick reference and special characters.

Book: HTML and XHTML: The Complete Reference, by Thomas Powell (August 2003). Discusses core elements of HTML and XHTML, linking, addressing, presentation, layout, interactivity, images, text, color, backgrounds, frames, multimedia, CSS, forms, server-side programming, JavaScript, plug-ins, ActiveX controls, Java applets, and XML. Appendices cover an HTML and XHTML element reference, a CSS1 and CSS2 reference, special characters, fonts, color reference, and reading a document type definition.

Book: Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML, by Eric Freeman and Elizabeth Freeman. Discusses getting to know HTML, hypertext, web page construction, getting connected, adding images to web pages, HTML standards, HTML compliance, moving to XHTML, getting started with CSS, styling with fonts and colors, elements, advanced web construction, layout and positioning, tables, lists, XHTML forms, selectors, frames, multimedia, Flash, tools, client- and server-side scripting, search engines, mobile devices and blogs.

Book: HTML and XHTML Pocket Reference, 3rd ed., by Jennifer Niederst Robbins (May 2006). Discusses the fundamentals of HTML and XHTML, how XHTML differs from HTML, versions of (X)HTML, minimal document structure, DOCTYPES for available DTDs, common attributes and elements, (X)HTML elements, character entities (such as the ASCII character set, mathematical operators), and specifying color.

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