Throughout the book we included several examples of functioning HTML markup. While you could copy the code character for character from the book, we knew there had to be an easier -- and hence better -- way to help you learn from our examples. To that end, we've extracted all of the functional examples from the book that are longer than 5 lines and and put them into easily acessible HTML files for you to work from. We've also built a few templates to get you started writing your own Web pages.
We've created hyper-linked listings of the examples included in each chapter of the book to provide you with easy access to the example files. The listings are broken down by chapter. To access the examples from a particular chapter click on its name below and the listing of the examples from that chapter will be loaded in to your Web browser. To see how a Web browser renders a particular example simply click on its link. To return to the chapter table of contents from a code text file press your Web browser's "Back" button.
Note: Web browsers will always display the results of HTML code rather than the code itself. If you want to see and possibly modify the nake HTML code behind any of our examples simply choose "View Source" in your Web browser or open the example file with a text or HTML editor instead of a Web browser.
If a chapter is listed but not hyperlinked that means we didn't include any examples in it. We didn't want you to think we accidentally skipped a chapters, so we listed all of them.
Chapter 1: Okay, What's HTML?
Chapter 2: What's in a Page?
Chapter 3: Your First HTML Page
Chapter 4: Cracking the (HTML) Code
Chapter 5: Text Pages Are Tried and True
Chapter 6: Grabbing Graphics Gusto
Chapter 7: High-Impact Pages
Chapter 8: HTML Document Structure
Chapter 9: Presentation Controls
Chapter 10: Text Controls
Chapter 11: Listward Ho!
Chapter 12: Character Actors
Chapter 13: Going High-Rise: Linking Complex Pages
Chapter 14: Using HTML Tables Effectively
Chapter 15: The Map's the Thing!
Chapter 16: HTML Frames
Chapter 17: Forms, Feedback, Scripting, and Beyond
Chapter 18: Style Is Its Own Reward
Chapter 19: XHTML: The Next Generation of HTML
Chapter 20: Ten HTML Do's and Don'ts
Chapter 21: Ten Design Desiderata
Chapter 22: Ten Ways to Kill Web Bugs
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Revised -- April 11, 2000