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- Web Basics
- Publishing on the Web: Putting Files on the Server
- Web Design Process and Workflow
- Project Management
- Mark My WWWord: HTML and XHTML
- Standards Compliance
- Meta Tags and Search
- Enhancing Web Page Interaction
- Web Graphics
- Web Page Optimization
- Overview of Servers
- Server Programming Basics
- Careers in Web Design
- Intellectual Property for Web Designers
Books and e-Books
Last updated Oct 17, 2003.
Teach Yourself CSS in 24 Hours, by Kynn Bartlett (Sams, 2002, ISBN: 0672324091). A good starting place for those unfamiliar to CSS.
Special Edition Using HTML and XHTML, by Molly E. Holzschlag (Que, 2002, ISBN: 0789727315). This book is an excellent overview of HTML and XHTML, and will help you understand how to choose a language, language version, as well as author to that language properly. Also, an excellent source for syntax guidelines, character sets, special characters, and other important aspects of markup.
XML, HTML and XHTML Magic, by Molly E. Holzschlag et al (New Riders, 2001, ISBN: 0735711399). This is a fun, project-based book that's very helpful to get those who are somewhat familiar with HTML to use HTML, XHTML, and XML for a variety of applications.
Eric Meyer on CSS, by Eric A. Meyer (New Riders, 2003, ISBN: 073571245X). This excellent, project-oriented book will take your CSS techniques to a new level.