HTML, or hypertext mark-up language, is the standard for all world wide web pages throughout the world. With HTML 3.0 new features have been added and in addition VRML, the virtual reality mark-up language, is also attracting attention to enable browsers to move through qvirtual realityq web sites. This book provides a reference guide to both HTML and VRML modelled on the author's previous successful reference guides to AutoCad. Each HTML and VRMl command is given a description, its syntax, and examples of its use. - Visual snapshots of each markup in use.- Each HTML tag is marked with its version number to highlight the new 3.0 features.- Covers all the known VRML tags for 2.0.- Examples cover related and optional attributes.EXTERNPROTO Defines a prototype node in an external file. WRML 2 SYNTAX EXTERNPROTO prototypename [ event.In event typename In G.In aamp; eventOut event typename Ilaine field fieldtypename ] [ aquot;URLaquot;, aquot;URLaquot;, - - - ] Field Type Name anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Web Publisher’s Illustrated Quick Reference|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|