HTML for Fun and Profit, Volume 1

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SunSoft Press, 1995 - Computers - 264 pages
This book/disk package is a comprehensive tutorial about the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) which is Mosaic's standard format for the Internet's World Wide Web. The included CD-ROM contains all the programs and utilities needed to create a Mosaic server; compiled shareware for Solaris 1.x, 2.x (and x86), Windows NT, Windows and Macintosh; platform browsers, HTTP daemons, filters, and traffic logging scripts and tools. Hundreds of pages of HTML examples with templates are included among the book's exercises, as well as on CD-ROM. who plans to write documents for Mosaic.

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This practical book teaches the basics of HTML without causing undue strain to your fingers, keyboard, or patience. The included CD-ROM offers examples from most of the chapters for HTML authors ... Read full review

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Figures
4
Getting Started
7
The Basics
23
Copyright

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Mary Morris is also the author of the novels "The Night Sky," (available from Picador), "Crossroads," and "The Waiting Room"; two travel memoirs, "Nothing to Declare: Memoirs of a Woman Traveling Alone "and "Wall to Wall: From Beijing to Berlin by Rai"l; and the award-winning story collections "Vanishing Animals and Other Stories" and "The Bus of Dreams," Her new story collection is "The Lifeguard," Mary Morris teaches writing at Sarah Lawrence College and lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and daughter.

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