Wired Style: Principles of English Usage in the Digital Age

When I began writing articles about the Internet, World Wide Web, and email, I was unsure of how to punctuate or capitalize such words. Checking the dictionary was fruitless because the words hadn’t made it there. I sent an article draft to my sister, my second pair of eyes and a former journalist. She responded, … Read moreWired Style: Principles of English Usage in the Digital Age

Designing Web Graphics.3

HTML writers, new web designers, and intermediate web designers most likely have a library of books covering how to create web sites and making them interactive. Glaringly missing from most of these libraries, including my own, is a book on graphics and aesthetics. I admit I let Designing Web Graphics.3 sit on my shelf, along … Read moreDesigning Web Graphics.3

Writing for the Web: Geeks' Edition

How often have you read online articles that annoyed you with poor grammar and other mistakes? How often do you arrive at a Web site that makes it difficult to scan the page to find what interests you? We all make mistakes in writing, but recurrent mistakes are a turn-off for some readers. Considering there … Read moreWriting for the Web: Geeks' Edition

Special Edition Using XHTML

Using XHTML begins with the basics of what XHTML is and how it came to be. Holzschlag guides you from creating Web pages with XHTML to adding scripts and style to XHTML documents. She explains, “The best way to read the book will be determined by you!” Each chapter stands alone. It is organized as … Read moreSpecial Edition Using XHTML