HTML Stylesheet Sourcebook

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Wiley, Oct 15, 1997 - Computers - 420 pages
Create more sophisticated Web pages with the new HTML technology.

As Web technology evolves, Webmasters and developers are increasingly called on to provide greater sophistication and flexibility in their HTML design. Stylesheets are designed to help them meet these demands. This practical resource gives HTML users the tools to create, modify, and customize HTML stylesheets, covering the entire process of designing, testing, and redesigning a stylesheet. Web site provides sample HTML and stylesheet documents.

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About the author (1997)

IAN S. GRAHAM, Ph.D., is Senior Instructional Technology Specialist with the University of Toronto Information Commons, where he prototypes and designs Internet and application programs. His other books include HTML Sourcebook, Third Edition (Wiley).

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