Adding Content

  • David Schultz
  • Craig Cook

Abstract

Now that you’ve got a handle on the basics, the real fun can begin: it’s time to start adding content to your web pages. In this chapter, you’ll learn about most of the XHTML elements you’ll need to organize your content and give it a meaningful structure. Along the way, you’ll see examples of how the different elements are rendered by a web browser with its default styling. Then we’ll show you a few simple ways you can use CSS to enhance the presentation of your text.

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© David Schultz, Craig Cook 2007

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  • David Schultz
  • Craig Cook

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