Getting started with HTML

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Dryden Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Computers - 159 pages
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The world is experiencing a growing obsession with the World Wide Web. Never before has there existed a medium through which anyone almost anywhere (given certain economic requirements) can share information of virtually any sort with practically everyone else. Millions are publishing pages on the World Wide Web and many millions are eagerly devouring them without editor, distributor or market forces intervening.

Designed to provide a practical guide to those interested in the production of Web pages, Getting Started with HTML emphasizes available devices and features of Web pages with simple but thorough discussion of how and where to use them with practical examples. Concise and readable, Denis Titchenell provides real-world scenarios and case studies with today's students (or webmasters) in mind. Getting started has never been easier.

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Contents

Introduction to the World Wide Web 1
The Uniform Resource Locator URL
Image Maps 1 05
Copyright

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