HTML: The Complete Reference

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Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Computers - 1073 pages
This Complete Reference combines theory, tutorials, and reference to create an all-in-one resource for beginning, intermediate, and advanced HTML programmers.
-- Covers HTML 3.2 -- HTML is still the most widely used professional Web page development tool
-- The most up-to-date information on WebTV, Netscape 4, and Internet Explorer 4 Tags
-- Provides a 300-page comprehensive alphabetized reference for quick access, plus source code online at http: //www.osborne.com

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Contents

HTML Is a Tool for Disseminating Information
18
Web Publishing 51
25
Information Search and Retrieval on the Internet
26
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Thomas Powell is the founder and principal of Powell Internet Consulting, Inc. a San Diego-based web design firm that specializes in Web research and development and site construction for high-tech companies. He developed the Web Design Certificate Program at UCSD, teaches web publishing classes and serves as senior instructor and faculty advisor in the University's Information Technology Program. He holds a Bachelor of Science from UCLA and a Master's degree in Computer Science from UCSD. Powell is the author of three books: HTML: The Complete Reference and HTML Programmer's Reference for Osborne and Web Site Engineering: Beyond Web Page Design for Prentice Hall.

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