Table of contents for Beginning web programming with HTML, XHTML, and CSS / Jon Duckett.

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1. Creating Structured Documents.
2. Links and Navigation.
3. Images and Objects.
4. Tables.
5. Forms.
6. Frames.
7. Cascading Style Sheets.
8. More Cascading Style Sheets.
9. Page Layout.
10. Design Issues.
11. Learning JavaScript.
12. Working With JavaScript.
13. Putting Your Site on the Web.
Appendix A. Answers to Exercises.
Appendix B. XHTML Element Reference.
Appendix C. CSS Properties.
Appendix D. Color Names and Values.
Appendix E. Character Encodings.
Appendix F. Special Characters.
Appendix G. Language Codes.
Appendix H. MIME Media Types.
Appendix I. Deprecated and Browser-Specific Markup.

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