Topics covered include how to construct basic HTML pages, how to wisely use images on your pages, how to link HTML pages to each other, how to design attractive and effective pages, how to put your pages on the Web, how to use frames, and how to develop style sheets. Three appendices provide quick reference for HTML tags, special symbols, and cascading style sheet properties and values.
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I had new a little html before I got this book but after I got this book my web pages went from looking like something a high school freshman could do after a weekend to something... Read morePublished on June 27 2004 by "juicethecomputerguy"
It helps me make a web page up. i find it real usefull.Published on Nov. 27 2001 by Charles Richard Tytler