Welcome to HTML Tutorial
How can you learn the language of the Web so fast? By example. This quide breaks HTML down into simple steps that anyone can learn quickly, and shows you exactly how to take each step. Every HTML example is pictured right above the Web page it will produce. You see it done, you read a brief plain-English explanation of how it works, and you immediately do the same thing with your own page. Ten minutes later,you're on to the next step.
Welcome to DHTML Tutorial
According to Microsoft DHTML (first implemented in IE 4.0) is a set of innovative features which allows web developers to change the rendering and content of a document on the fly without relying on server-side programs (such as Active Server Pages or ColdFusion) or complicated sets of HTML pages to achieve special effects.
Welcome to XHTML Tutorial
XHTML is simply a set of markup codes that structure and style text and graphics appearing on a Web page. Learning XHTML is learning what these markup codes are and how to use them to style your Web pages.
- XML is not a fixed tag set (like HTML)
- XML by itself has no (application) semantics
A generic XML processor has no idea what is 'meant' by the XML
- XML markup does not (usually) include formatting information
The information in an XML document may not be in the form in which it is desired to present it.
Xul Programmer's Reference Manual
This document is a reference for the XML-based User Interface Language (XUL). Like the interface widgets that XUL describes, this reference is organized hierarchically. For example, almost all of the widgets inherit from the box widget, which means that they share the attributes described in that area of the reference. Where attributes are inherited, those attributes are italicized in the spelling for that widget. The menubar object and the attributes it inherits from box are a good example of this.
XSL Concepts and Practical & Use
A Query Language for XML
The goal of XML is to provide many of SGML's benefits not available in HTML and to provide them in a language that is easier to learn and use than complete SGML. These benefits include user-defined tags, nested elements, and an optional validation of document structure with respect to a Document Type Descriptor (DTD).
CSS Reference Table
Introduction to HTML
This collection of pages explains how to use the different HTML document description elements, or tags and how to use these elements to write good, well designed HTML documents. This particular page describes the overall content and organization of the material presented here, reviews some related resources that may be of interest, and describes the meanings of the navigational 'buttons' you use to navigate from page to page.
XQL (XML Query Language)
The XQL language described in this paper contains several features not found in previously published versions of the language, including joins, links, text containment, and extensible functions. These new features are inspired in large part by discussions stemming from the W3C QL '98 Workshop, and make it possible to combine information from heterogeneous data sources in powerful ways. Great care has been made to maintain the fundamental simplicity of XQL while adding these features.
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