This free online book explains the theoretical background and practical implications of one of the key components of the success of the WWW, the HyperText Markup Language (HTML). Information is the key to success in our fiercely competitive world: without it most businesses and governments would collapse.
As the pace of life increases, the ability to communicate information speedily is becoming an increasingly important ingredient in the success, or failure, of most organizations. The development of a World Wide Web (WWW) of connected computer systems has had a major impact on the speed with which organizations can communicateduring the last decade of the 20th century. This book explains the theoretical background and practical implications of one of the key components of the success of the WWW, the HyperText Markup Language (HTML).
Table of Contents
- Background to SGML and HTML
- Document Analysis and Information Modelling
- The Components of an SGML System
- The SGML Declaration
- Elements and Attributes
- Entity Declaration and Use
- Short References
- Marked Sections and Processing Instructions
- Tag Minimization
- Multiple Document Structures (SUBDOC, CONCUR and LINK)
- Building a Document Type Definition
- Interpreting the HTML DTD
- The HyperText Markup Language
- Creating HTML forms
- The Future for SGML and HTML
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