XHTML TUTORIALS PDF
This tutorial provides a basic understanding of XHTML, its syntax and attributes with rules in this tutorial, please notify us at [email protected] Due to the fact that XHTML is an XML application, certain practices that were perfectly legal in. SGML-based HTML 4 must be changed. You already have seen. XHTML stands for EXtensible HyperText Markup Language; XHTML is almost identical to HTML If you want to study XML, please read our XML tutorial.
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(Plain text version, PostScript version, PDF version, ZIP archive, or Gzip'd TAR The XHTML Basic document type includes the minimal set of. familiar with HTML who want to learn how to use XHTML in practical Web sites. Section 1. Tutorial introduction. Introducing XHTML. This tutorial. Note: The xmlns attribute in, specifies the xml namespace for a document, and is required in XHTML documents. However, the HTML.
Head element. This section includes information about the page, but nothing is rendered on the page itself. Title element. Any content inside the title tags show up at the top of the browser.
This is what is used when a user bookmarks a page in the browser. Body element. Heading 1 element. The first of six heading elements. Content that is a heading 1 is rendered very large and bold. Image element.
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Links to a graphic file and displays it on the page. Paragraph element.
By default, the browser adds space before and after this element which often contains multiple lines of text. Strong element.
Formats the enclosed content as bold by default. Heading 2 element.
Compare the size of second largest heading to the first one. Ordered list element.
Defines the enclosed list items as numbered. List element. Multiple list items will automatically be numbered by the browser.
Doctype lets the web browser know what to expect The start of every web page should include a Doctype declaration. Declaring the doctype tells the web browser a little bit of information about what it is going to see on the page. Because a browser renders the page starting at the top line and then moves down, placing your doctype on the first line makes a lot of sense. The doctype for HTML 4. If the page adheres to the specifications perfectly, it is considered valid.
You will need access to the Internet for this exercise. If you do not have Internet access, you may read through the exercise to understand the validation process. Click the Check button to validate the code. Scroll down the page and you can see in-depth information on the errors. You will now upload a nearly identical file without errors. The File Upload window appears. Press Open or Check, depending on how your browser labels the button. Presentational markup describes the appearance of the text, regardless of its function.
Most presentational markup elements have become deprecated under the HTML 4. Hypertext markup links parts of the document to other documents. Attributes are written within the start tag of an element, after the element's name.
Most elements can take any of several common attributes: The id attribute provides a document-wide unique identifier for an element. This can be used by stylesheets to provide presentational properties, by browsers to focus attention on the specific element, or by scripts to alter the contents or presentation of an element. Appended to the URL of the page, it provides a globally-unique identifier for an element; typically a sub-section of the page.
This can be used for presentation purposes for example. Such elements might be gathered together and presented as footnotes on a page instead of appearing in the place where they occur in the HTML source.
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An author may use the style non-attributal codes presentational properties to a particular element. The title attribute is used to attach subtextual explanation to an element.
In most browsers this attribute is displayed as what is often referred to as a tooltip. Empty elements consist of only a single tag, with any attributes. Attributes define desired behavior or indicate additional element properties.
Style In keeping with the principle of Separation of Concerns , the function of HTML is primarily to add structural and semantic information to the raw text of a document. In other words: HTML just defines what kind of text or typographic elements you have inside a document, e. Web browsers have a built-in method to render each of these elements, e. The advantage of this strategy is that you may use the same style for lots of pages, e.
This also means, that you can easly change the look of all your page that use the same styelsheet s. Finally, you may associate several stylesheets to a page and that offers an extra set functionalities.
For example, you can load a large "official" stylesheet that will cover most of your needs and then you can fine-tune styling by adding your own on top. You also may create different stylesheets for different media, in particular: one for normal viewers, one for visually impaired viewers and one for printing that filters out elements like navigation menus that you won't need on pager.In this section, you explore how you can use the UserNumberBean and its properties in web pages.
An element usually has a start tag e. CSS also allows for alternative style sheets that optimize the appearance based on the device being used to view the page.
Network Explorer Analysis Report. The element's attributes are contained in the start tag and content is located between the tags e.
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