Mastering HTML 4.0

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SYBEX, Oct 1, 1997 - Computers - 1013 pages
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HTML is the fundamental coding language of the Internet and intranets--and now it is built into Windows 98 itself! This book is a true teaching reference for HTML 4.0--the latest version of the language. Readers learn the basics of coding frames, tables, and forms; then they move to handling images, animation, Java applets, and ActiveX controls; and finally they graduate to creating commercial-quality Web pages for all the latest versions of browsers, such as Netscape Communicator, MS Internet Explorer 4, and the Active Desktop in Windows 98. A handy language reference rounds out this essential desktop reference for anyone interested in creating a Web site.

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Contents

GETTING STARTED
1
Getting Acquainted with HTML Related Tools and the Web
5
Understanding the HTML Document Life Cycle
28
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Eric Ray and Deborah Ray are the award-winning coauthors of more than 10 computer books, including "Mastering HTML, Mastering HTML Premium Edition, Dummies 101: HTML," and, "HTML for Dummies Quick Reference,"They have also published a variety of articles and conducted HTML and Internet-related training courses. Eric is a Senior Technical Writer at Sun. Deborah is the lead author/editor for "Technical Communication Journal,

Ray is a syndicated columnist, consultant, andco-owner of RayComm, Inc.

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