IBM computers and attendant, 1960s. (Bettmann/CORBIS)
- Chapter 1. Internet Basics: Of all the amazing things about the Internet, one stands out: No central authority is responsible for the system, and no central authority controls the system.
- Chapter 2. The website building process: My philosophy of HTML is that the World Wide Web is based on the free interchange of information.
- Chapter 3. Controlling text with CSS: For the expert typographer who has worked with print, the Internet presents a special challenge with special opportunities using cascading stylesheets.
- Chapter 4. The division of space: CSS has the same advantages for dividing your space as it does for controlling text.
- Chapter 5. The Interface: The user interface of a Web page uses metaphors, images and concepts to convey function and meaning.
- Chapter 6. Writing for the Web: The narrative style of news stories (beginning, middle, end) does not provide the best opportunity for breaking up information.
- Chapter 7. Color and Images: Being able to display color is one of the best things about publishing on the Web. But you must understand how color works on a computer screen.