HTML 3: electronic publishing on the World Wide Web

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Addison-Wesley, 1996 - Computers - 398 pages
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Mastery of HTML 3.0 is necessary for users who want to publish flexible, richly embellished hypertext information on the World Wide Web. Readers will be able to get all the guidance they need from this book by the leading authorities on the WWW and Hypertext Mark Up Language. Includes disk.

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Contents

What is the Web?
1
From CERN to Cyberspace
20
Overview of HTML
59
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Raggett works for W3C on assignment from HP Labs. Dr. Raggett is the W3C staff contact for work on HTML, Forms, Voice Browsers and Math. He was educated at the University of Oxford.

    Ian Alexander is an independent consultant specialising in Requirements Engineering. He has written several training courses on systems and requirements engineering. He has led hundreds of training courses on systems engineering, requirements, DOORS, and DXL, and has run numerous practical workshops on scenarios, trade-offs and requirements. He was co-author of an Addison-Wesley book on HTML 3 and its 2nd Edition on HTML 4. He is the author of the Scenario Plus for Use Cases toolkit, and is a well-known speaker and writer on scenario usage. He is currently on a technology project to investigate the reuse of specifications for control systems in the German automobile industry. He helps to run the BCS Requirements Engineering Specialist Group and the IEE Professional Network for Systems Engineering. He is a Chartered Engineer.

    Richard Stevens is the founder of QSS, the firm that launched the pioneering Requirements Management tool DOORS, the worldAs most popular requirements tool. He is the co-author of books on "Systems Engineering," "Software Engineering Standards," "Software Engineering Guidelines" and "Understanding Computers." In 1998, Richard was appointed as the first European Fellow of INCOSE, the International Council on Systems Engineering.

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