HTML Quick Reference

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Que Computer Publishing, 1996 - Computers - 222 pages
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This is a complete HTML command reference-an must-have tool for serious Internet programmers!-- Provides the syntax needed for the most common or most obscure HTML commands-- Includes tables to guide readers through the command reference-- Commands are sorted by browser-compatibility, browser extensions, common HTML tasks, and HTML standard versions, all in alphabetical order-- Book comes in a larger trim size than our traditional Quick References and includes a lay-flat binding

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User Review  - Shawn - Goodreads

This brings back some pretty nerdy memories. I remember when HTML 3.2 came out. And I remember being excited by it. You could do so much more. Seems silly now, but I remember the days before tables! Read full review

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Understanding the HTML Reference Section 15
HTML Reference Section 21

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