The HTML sourcebook

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Wiley, Mar 28, 1995 - Computers - 416 pages
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The HTML Sourcebook is an indispensable resource for authors, publishers, marketers, educators, and virtually anyone interested in publishing on the World Wide Web. Written by the author of one of the most accessed HTML online tutorials, it provides all the essentials for preparing character-based, as well as graphically based, hypertext documents for online publication. The HTML Sourcebook also features an array of examples taken from business, education, science, and other fields. Including both code and screen captures of the resulting pages as they appear on the Web, the examples let you see firsthand what well-designed hypertext documents and their underlying HTML structures look like. Whether you want to deliver online documentation for software packages, distribute sales catalog information, access library databases, or expand the audience for a hypertext comic strip, The HTML Sourcebook is your complete guide to composing and distributing documents on the World Wide Web.

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The HTML sourcebook

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Familiar with HTML but itching for more information? The nine chapters and four appendixes that make up this book may be for you. Readers proceed from a quick survey of HTML basics in the first ... Read full review

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Great book for learning HTML, in 1995. There are occasions when I use it for reference, in particular the appendices. Read full review

Contents

Introduction to the Hypertext Markup Language i
1
Images and Hypertext Links
15
Home Pages
32
Copyright

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Graham is Senior Instructional Technology Specialist

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