HTML For Dummies

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Wiley, 1997 - Computers - 432 pages
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New Web authoring tools such as Claris Home Page, Microsoft FrontPage, and Adobe PageMill almost take care of all the HTML markup needed to build great-looking Web pages. Fortunately or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it, the spirit of innovation rages on at companies like Netscape and Microsoft -- and stays well-ahead of even the best Web authoring tools. That's why it pays to have the completely updated HTML For Dummies, 3rd Edition, on hand so that you peer under the hood of your Web pages to add Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer enhancements, JavaScript, ActiveX, and Java applets that heighten the functionality and style of your whole Web site. Plus, Web pros Ed Tittel and Steven N. James share their savvy advice on when and when not to use nonstandard HTML tags, including how to accommodate visitors using early, less capable browsers, and how to organize a large Web site so that it makes sense to you and your visitors. Best of all, HTML For Dummies, Third Edition, includes a bonus disk containing HTML templates, software, and other terrific resources to help you build great Web pages fast.

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About the author (1997)

About the Authors Ed Tittel is the author of numerous magazine articles and more than 30 computer books. His other titles include CGI Bible, Intranet Bible, More HTML For Dummies®, 2nd Edition, and Networking with NetWare® For Dummies®, 3rd Edition. Steve James is a full-time freelance writer and computer consultant and the coauthor of several computer books, including More HTML For Dummies®, 2nd Edition.

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