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Laying the foundation for a solid understanding of Web design, this book weaves together industry best practices and standards-based design techniques. It is built on practical examples and short exercises crafted to help readers learn quickly and retain information. Starting with the basics this book teaches:
Part 1: Preparation and background knowledge
Chapter 1: About InterAct
Chapter 2: The tools you'll need
Chapter 3: Learning more effectively with the Web
Chapter 4: Internet fundamentals
Chapter 5: Writing for the web
Part 2: Planning
Chapter 6: Information architecture basics
Chapter 7: Organizing information
Chapter 8: The site planning process
Chapter 9: Content analysis and IA strategy
Chapter 10: Site project plan - from IA strategy to reality
Part 3: Implementation: HTML and CSS fundamentals
Chapter 11: Introduction to HTML structure
Chapter 12: CSS styling basics
Chapter 13: The document <head>
Chapter 14: Text: headings and paragraphs
Chapter 15: Setting page-wide styles
Chapter 16: Links
Chapter 17: Images
Chapter 18: HTML Lists
Chapter 19: Tables
Chapter 20: Forms
Chapter 21: Generic containers
Chapter 22: Lesser-known semantics
Chapter 23: Column layouts using floats - headers, columns, footers
Chapter 24: Positioning: static and fixed
Chapter 25: Positioning: relative and absolute
Chapter 26: Validating and debugging your HTML and CSS - headers, columns, footers
Chapter 27: Accessibility
Part 4: Bringing it all together