Properties, Tags, and Elements
|Core CSS: Cascading Style Sheets is a thorough review of which features work best in eight different browsers--opens up the world of CSS1 and CSS2 standards. The strength of style sheets is their more exact control of elements, and that's thoroughly explained in the book. Additional highlights include explanations of what each property does, potential problems with properties, support for Unicode, and tagging content for computer-voice output.|
The third edition of the tutorial-laden The Animation: Master 2000 Handbook instructs experienced digital animators unfamiliar with AM 2000's user interface and tools in the finer cinematic arts of texturing, compositing, modeling, and lip-synching their creations.
Lammle: CCNA Taskmaster
If hearing the acronym CCNA makes you weak in the knees or fills you with battle fever, then arm yourself with the latest Lammle ammunition, CCNA: Cisco Certified Network Associate Study Guide. Bring along basic knowledge of networking concepts and be prepared to learn on-the-fly tasks.
Aimed at a wide range of readers, Jon Siegel's second edition of CORBA 3 Fundamentals and Programming tackles almost all of the CORBA standard, highlights the new elements in version 3, and gives a thorough technology tour, complete with case studies.
|Practical expertise and plenty of examples--plus the scoop on building timelines, managing resources, collaborating online, charting progress, and creating reports--are causing the Microsoft Project 2000 Bible to sell like hotcakes.|
|Html 4 for Dummies (For Dummies) by Natanya Pitts, Ed Tittel|
|Windows 2000 Routing and Remote Access Service (Landmark) by Kackie Charles|
|Bigelow's PC Technician's Troubleshooting Pocket Reference by Stephen J. Bigelow, Steven Bigelow (Paperback) |
|Enhanced PC Troubleshooting Pocket Guide for Managing and Maintaining Your PC, Third Edition by Jean Andrews (Perfect) |
|Pocket PC Reference by Thomas J. Glover, Millie M. Young (Paperback - August 2000) |
|Information Anxiety 2by David Sume, Loring Leifer, Richard Saul Wurman. Paperback - (December 14, 2000) 308 pages. A follow up to the first edition, Information Anxiety 2 teaches critical lessons for functioning in today's Information Age. In this new book, Wurman examines how the Internet, desktop computing, and advances in digital technology have not simply enhanced access to information, but in fact have changed the way we live and work. In examining the sources of information anxiety, Wurman takes an in-depth look at how technological advances can hinder understanding and influence how business is conducted. A guide to clarity in an age of massive information overloads. Offers perspective on the problem of pervasive amounts of meaningless information and how to sort through the mess. Includes detailed photographs, tables and other visual aids. |
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