Introduction, Internet and Web Basics
Table of Contents

  1. Introduction, Internet and Web Basics
  2. CSCI E-12, Fundamentals of Web Site Development
  3. Texts
  4. Goals of CSCI E-12
  5. The International Network (Internet)
  6. The Internet in Pictures
  7. Some Internet Numbers
  8. The Internet: Uses
  9. The World Wide Web
  10. The Web in Pictures
  11. Some Web Numbers
  12. Top Sites for the United States
  13. Features of the World Wide Web
  14. We cannot command nature except by obeying her.
  15. HTTP Clients and HTTP Servers
  16. Uniform Resource Identifier (URI)
  17. XHTML: a simple example
  18. (X)HTML Document Structure
  19. Components of XHTML Elements
  20. Structure and Style
  21. XHTML: a simple example with CSS
  22. Harvard College Admissions
  23. Examples from: CSS Zen Garden
  24. Well-formed (X)HTML and Valid (X)HTML
  25. HyperText Markup Language
  26. SGML, XML, HTML, and XHTML
  27. Document Type Declaration and Document Type Definition (DTD)
  28. Common Document Type Declarations and DTDs
  29. Specifications and Implementations
  30. XHTML: a closer look
  31. XHTML 1.0 Strict Elements
  32. Benefits of Web Standards
  33. Pragmatic Steps: Software Tools
  34. HTTP Clients
  35. SSH Clients and SFTP Clients
  36. Text or HTML Editor
  37. (X)HTML Well-formedness and Validation Resources