Figures from Chapter 4
- Figure 4.2 -- Example XHTML
table and img element markup used to produced a "tiled" image.
This image is composed from four image files.
- Figure 4.3 (as plain text)--
An outline of an XHTML document in which most script and style
sheet components have been moved to external files. The
advantages of this architecture are described in the text.
- Figure 4.4 (as plain text)--
A simple script that pre-loads a collection of images into
the browser cache.
- Figure 4.5 (as plain text)--
A document that uses a script to insert browser-specific
- Figure 4.8 (as plain text)--
Body-level markup incorporating page components.
The components are contained within the div elements.
- Figure 4.10 (as plain text)--
An example content page from the example Web site. The component
model is the same as in Figure 4.7 (a graphic in the book),
although the content of the components is different, due to
the different role of the page.