- HTML: HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the basic markup language that describes Web pages. It’s a relatively simple technique for building Web sites that require nothing but a plain text editor.
- XHTML: XHTML is often considered the successor to HTML. Because it doesn’t allow certain kinds of tags, XHTML is actually a smaller language that’s a bit easier to use. Typically XHTML pages are more dependent on CSS than HTML, as many of the HTML tags are replaced with CSS tools.
- CSS: CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a way to add specific style information to an HTML or XHTML page. HTML and XHTML provide the general framework, and CSS describes the color and layout.
Chapter 1: Taking the Web to the Next Level
Chapter 2: Writing Your First Program
Chapter 3: Changing Program Behavior with Conditions
Chapter 4: Loops and Debugging
Chapter 5: Functions, Arrays, and Objects
Chapter 6: Talking to the Page
Chapter 7: Getting Valid Input
Chapter 8: Moving and Grooving
Part III: Moving Up to AJAX
Chapter 9: AJAX Essentials
Chapter 11: Animating jQuery
Chapter 12: Using the jQuery User Interface Toolkit
Chapter 13: Improving Usability with jQuery
Chapter 14: Working with AJAX Data
Part IV: The Part of Tens
Chapter 15: Ten Amazing jQuery Plugins
Chapter 16: Ten Great Resources
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