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Want to learn how to build Web sites fast? This best-selling guide’s visual format and step-by-step, task-based instructions will have you up and running with HTML5 and CSS3 in no time. This Seventh Edition is a major revision, with approximately 125 pages added and substantial updates to (or complete rewrites of) nearly every page from the preceding edition. Authors Elizabeth Castro and Bruce Hyslop use clear instructions, friendly prose, and real-world code samples to teach you HTML and CSS from the ground up. Over the course of 21 chapters you will learn how to:
Chapter 1: Web Page Building Blocks
Chapter 2: Working with Web Page Files
Chapter 3: Basic HTML Structure
Chapter 4: Text
Chapter 5: Images
Chapter 6: Links
Chapter 7: CSS Building Blocks
Chapter 8: Working with Style Sheets
Chapter 9: Defining Selectors
Chapter 10: Formatting Text with Styles
Chapter 11: Layout with Styles
Chapter 12: Style Sheets for Mobile to Desktop
Chapter 13: Working with Web Fonts
Chapter 14: Enhancements with CSS3
Chapter 15: Lists
Chapter 16: Forms
Chapter 17: Video, Audio, and Other Multimedia
Chapter 18: Tables
Chapter 19: Working with Scripts
Chapter 20: Testing & Debugging Web Pages
Chapter 21: Publishing Your Pages on the Web
Page 43, second column, step 2, <html lang="es"> for English should be: <html lang="en"> for English
Page 262, "# foc" should read "# f0c" - i.e. the second character should be a 0 (zero) and not the letter "o."
Page 301, Figure E:
Incorrectly placed horizontal arrow heads: The horizontal width dimensions in both examples are shown with arrow heads touching the inside of the borders. As shown this includes the "padding."
The "width" in this context is the width of the justified text. The arrow heads need be moved in slightly on both sides in both examples.