- xxvi, 498 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
- Includes index.Now you can publish perfect Web pages using typefaces that you can provide to your Web site visitors. This comprehensive book for webmasters and other Web workers on the new Web typography begins with a few chapters for those who missed Desktop Publishing 101 and quickly moves on to provide the groundwork for understanding the new typesetting and layout enabled by Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), TrueDoc, and font embedding. Two chapters make using CSS easy by featuring hands-on work with CSS as well as a handy reference, and other chapters help you master TrueDoc typesetting and font embedding. The book also explores dozens of ideas for typography using only HTML and covers specialized Web pages such as for NetTV (e.g., WebTV), Java, and cross-media publishing.Pt. 1. Fundamentals of Typography. Ch. 1. Readability: The Historical Objective. Ch. 2. It's All in the Face. Ch. 3. Typesetting Practices. Ch. 4. The Rating System -- Pt. 2. Digital Typography. Ch. 5. How Typography Works on a Computer. Ch. 6. SGML and XML -- Pt. 3. Typography on the Web. Ch. 7. Using HTML for Web Typography. Ch. 8. Using Special HTML Techniques. Ch. 9. Using HTML Layout Techniques -- Pt. 4. Cascading Style Sheets. Ch. 10. Using Cascading Style Sheets. Ch. 11. CSS Reference -- Pt. 5. TrueDoc. Ch. 12. Introduction to TrueDoc. Ch. 13. Using TrueDoc in Web Pages -- Pt. 6. Font Embedding. Ch. 14. Introduction to Font Embedding. Ch. 15. Using Font Embedding in Web Pages -- Pt. 7. Advanced Topics in Web Typography. Ch. 16. Using Dynamic HTML for Web Typography. Ch. 17. Using NetTV Typography. Ch. 18. Forging a Web Development Strategy. Ch. 19. Java Typography. Ch. 20. Cross-media Publishing. Ch. 21. What's Your Type?