HTML & XHTML : The Complete Reference: The Complete Reference

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Mcgraw-hill, Aug 19, 2003 - Computers - 956 pages
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Construct awesome Web pages using HTML, XHTML, XML, basic JavaScript, both CSS (style sheet) specifications, and DHTML. This thorough resource provides explanations of why tags work as they do, rather than just giving basic descriptions of them. Plus, use a companion Web site that features layout examples and allows visitors to sample HTML for their own uses.

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BOTTOM-LINE: Good simple reference . PLOT OR PREMISE: A reference guide for HTML . WHAT I LIKED: Good as a simple reference / encyclopaedia tool. . WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Not so great for learning the ... Read full review

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Would that I could download this book freely.

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About the Author Thomas A. Powell (San Diego, CA) is President of PINT, Inc., a San Diego based Web development and design firm that services major corporations including Sanyo, Kyocera, Viewsonic, Toshiba and many others. Thomas is a long-standing Web educator and developed the Web Publishing Certificate program for UCSD Extension and is an instructor for the Computer Science Department of UCSD as well. He is the author of Web Design: The Complete Reference (McGraw-Hill/Osborne 2002), JavaScript: The Complete Reference (McGraw-Hill/Osborne 2001), and Web Site Engineering (Prentice Hall 1999). He has written numerous articles on Web design and development technologies both for online and print publications including Network World. His firm PINT is a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and actively tracks Web standards development as it relates to Web design.

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