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Extra resources for Creating a Web Site: The Missing Manual (2nd Edition)
As you can see, the browser has a fairly simple job. It scans through an XHTML document, looking for tags and switching on and off various formatting settings. It takes everything else (everything that isn’t a tag) and displays it in the Web browser window. 32 Creating a Web Site: The Missing Manual XHTML Tags Note: Adding tags to plain-vanilla text is known as marking up a document, and the tags themselves are known as XHTML markup. When you look at raw XHTML, you may be interested in looking at the content (the text that’s nestled between the tags), or the markup (the XHTML tags themselves).
The creators of the most popular Web sites have carefully considered all these issues. For example, think about the number of people whose computers won’t let them buy a book on Amazon, make a bid on eBay, or conduct a search on Google. ” The Lifespan of Your Site The Web is a constantly changing place. Today’s Web isn’t the same as last year’s—or even the Web of 15 seconds ago. Here are two valuable truths about Web site lifetimes: • The best Web sites are constantly improving. Their creators add support for new browser features, tweak their looks to match new style trends, and—most important of all—constantly add new content.
Along with the browsers listed above, there are some specialty niche browsers. One of these is Lynx, one of the earliest Web browsers and one that’s changed the least. Lynx is an entirely text-based browser that’s perfectly suited for terminals that don’t support graphics. ) Lynx also supports the visually impaired, who can use it in conjunction with a device that reads the text of a Web page aloud. TROUBLESHOOTING MOMENT Spyware: When Good Browsers Go Bad Even though a Web browser is deceptively simple, many browsers are bloated up with plug-ins and extra frills, and some are even infected with (shudder) spyware.
Creating a Web Site: The Missing Manual (2nd Edition) by Matthew MacDonald