Web Development & Design Foundations With HTML5 10th Edition
Popular features from prior editions have been preserved, such as two-page sections that introduce topics and provide examples. Furthermore, this edition now includes expanded coverage of CSS Flexbox Layout as well as updates throughout.
Basics of Web Design & CSS3
This text provides students enrolled in an introductory Web design course with all the skills needed to develop successful websites, from hard (HTML and CSS) and soft skills (web design, e-commerce and promotion strategies) essential to today’s Web development and design practices.
This edition has been revised to provide up-to-date information on HTML5, mobile devices and designing for them, new CSS visual effects and layouts, as well as improved treatment of responsive website page layout using Flexbox Layout Systems such as Grid Layout Systems.
The first part of this book teaches readers to use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to alter the appearance and layout of Web pages, covering HTML’s basics such as document structure and semantic tags available within HTML5. In addition, this chapter describes how CSS can be used to customize web page elements like colors and fonts; add backgrounds, borders, images; make pages more readable; create table-based layouts and create table-based layouts.
Text includes numerous hands-on practice exercises and web sites to boost student engagement. A unique and valuable feature of the text is an instructor-created website with pages dedicated to each chapter with links for URLs listed in the book, additional examples, corrections, review activities and quiz generator. There’s even a section where students can download flash card activities for self-study purposes!
Basics of Web Design & HTML5
This text is tailored for students new to web design and development. It introduces HTML5 early, provides hands-on practice, and emphasizes recommended web design practices and accessibility. This text features expanded treatment of CSS, interactive images created using HTML5, web server configuration issues discussed, as well as detailed instruction in using new form control elements in HTML5. Finally, multimedia tags provided by HTML5 video and audio tags.
This edition continues the acclaimed features that have made this textbook successful, such as an easy-to-use layout, Hands-On Practice exercises, and a case study. Additionally, it is updated to comply with W3C recommendations regarding HTML5. Furthermore, its sixth edition provides major improvements over previous editions by covering both XHTML syntax and HTML5 syntax simultaneously as well as expanding CSS coverage while adding interactive images via HTML5, using interactive HTML5, as well as offering detailed instruction in how HTML5 form control elements work in web forms.
The final chapter focuses on web development and discusses its process, from deployment on Internet servers through various job roles required for large-scale projects and requirements such as software, hardware, networking protocols etc. Also covered here are tips on selecting domain names and hosting services suitable for personal as well as professional sites.
Though HTML5 remains in development and will likely take time to fully mature, there’s no reason to put off adopting it now. The future standard will remain compatible with existing browsers, screenreaders and software, supporting Graceful Degradation principles along the way.
Basics of Web Design & AJAX
Ajax can make websites feel more responsive by giving the impression that information is being updated instantly. When users click a button to view a news article, they expect to immediately see their new data appear; if AJAX can’t deliver what users expect immediately, Ajax displays a loading spinner while data is being fetched in the background.
Combining AJAX and Flash can be an extremely powerful combination for creating more interactive websites. Kongregate, for instance, combines these technologies to update player profiles as they win badges while playing their favorite games using Ajax / Flash technology, so players can track their own progress over time.
AJAX stands apart from traditional screen-based systems by enabling users to complete tasks on one webpage using richer interactions features than previous forms. Furthermore, AJAX helps reduce bandwidth use and page load times by restricting how often requests are forwarded to servers.
The 10th edition of this text teaches students the fundamentals of Web design with HTML5 and CSS stylesheet. The emphasis placed upon new layout systems such as Flexbox (CSS Flexible Layout Module) and Grid Layout provides a solid basis for further topics in web development, making this text suitable for introductory courses in Web design or development.
Students enrolled in this textbook will learn the fundamentals of HTML and CSS through hands-on, step-by-step interactive exercises designed to introduce them to key web design and development concepts. Developer tools and browser features will also be introduced so students can make sense of their code created during development. Finally, all their skills gained throughout semester are put together into a final project to showcase everything learned!
This new edition provides up-to-date coverage of HTML5, expanded coverage on designing for mobile devices and much more. Students will learn the benefits of responsive Web design in terms of creating better user experiences across platforms and devices.
The Pearson eText provides an intuitive learning experience designed for mobile devices that enables students to highlight and take notes as they read. Teachers can track student progress with this eBook’s companion website that features instructor manuals, test banks and additional resources like videos and PowerPoint presentations – providing valuable insights into student engagement with course materials.