Publisher description for Beginning web programming with HTML, XHTML, and CSS / Jon Duckett.

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The latest update, packed with new examples using the most up-to-date browsers and technologies
Covers the full range of current specs and methods that readers need for their Web pages
JavaScript coverage enables readers to add simple interactivity and personalization to their pages
Examines the current standards-based principles, principles of usability and accessibility, how to add consistent formatting with CSS, and how to make pages work on a variety of browsers including mobile phones and other Web-enabled devices
Written for anyone who wants to learn how to create Web pages, even without previous programming or Web coding knowledge
Adobe AIR is expected to be as big as Flash and to fundamentally change the delivery of rich Internet applications
Web developers who are currently using technologies such as Ajax are expected to be eager adopters of AIR
This book targets developers who are currently leveraging Web technologies such as Flash, Flex, HTML, JavaScript, and Ajax to build and deploy rich Internet applications
Covers understanding the AIR model, understanding the programming languages available to AIR developers, working with the various tools available, packaging AIR applications, interacting with data sources, and leveraging the various AIR APIs

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
HTML (Document markup language)
XHTML (Document markup language)
Cascading style sheets.
Internet programming.
Web site development.