HTML: Top 100 Simplified Tips and Tricks

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Wiley Pub., 2003 - Computers - 229 pages
This guide provides adventurous users with 100 useful and surprising techniques that can be performed using HTML. Organized into 10 chapters, with 10 tasks per chapter, this book provides the time-saving tips, secrets and productivity tricks to help take a reader's knowledge of HTML beyond the basics. HTML continues to serve as the foundation upon which 2.2 million publicly accessible Web sites containing 300 million Web pages are built (OCLC Research). HTML also continues to be closely related to newer markup languages like XML and XHTML. Full-colour screen shots and numbered, step-by-step instructions show readers how to save time and boost productivity.

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Contents

ſ Get Your Message Across with Text
Redirect Users to Another Web Poge 28
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About the author (2003)

Paul Whitehead is a computer consultant specializing in I.T. support and administrative services for the medical and pharmaceutical industries. Based in Toronto, Canada, Paul is the author of many books.

James H. Russell became acquainted with the Internet in 1997 while he was a student at Indiana University in Indianapolis. He quickly became engulfed in the Internet, becoming editor in chief at Amiga.org and later a member of the Mozilla community, where he worked with Mozilla.org staff and contributors to rewrite the release notes and README file for the Mozilla .6 and 1.0 releases. James has also created and co-designed Web pages; most recently he co-designed www.indybahai.org for the Indianapolis Baha'i community. He also maintains his own blog at http: //weblogs.mozillazine.org/kovu/.

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