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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.
Special Edition Using Macromedia Dreamweaver MX, by Molly E. Holzschlag (Que, 2002, ISBN: 0789727072). This book teaches readers how to use Dreamweaver MX. Each chapter ends with a section called "Peer to Peer," in which issues related to Web standards and best practices are discussed. An excellent book for Dreamweaver users looking to make their pages compliant.
Special Edition Using HTML and XHTML, by Molly E. Holzschlag (Que, 2002, ISBN: 0789727315). This book, which is a standards-based overview of HTML and XHTML, will help you understand how to choose a language and 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.
XHTML Example By Example, by Aaron Walsh and Dave Raggett (Prentice Hall PTR, 2001, ISBN: 0789727072). Written by members of the W3C, this book takes an example-based, standards-oriented approach to XHTML.
Designing with Web Standards, by Jeffrey Zeldman (New Riders, 2003, ISBN: 0735712018), Many designers have had it with trying to make a Web site look the same in all the browsers including those of days past. It's time to move forward by designing with Web standards, which ensures that a Web page is compatible for a long time to come. (Preview this book on Safari.)