HTML: Publishing on the World Wide Web

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NTC/Contemporary Pub., 1998 - HTML (Document markup language) - 216 pages
If you are a World Wide Web user who wants to move on from browsing to publishing yourself, then this is the guide for you. HTML is the coding system used to create pages on the World Wide Web. With the aid of this book, after only a few hours of practice you will be able to create your own Web home page to tell the world about yourself or your business. Once you have mastered the basic principles you can also learn some of HTML's more advanced features, such as making your page interactive or extensively interlinked to other pages. At every stage the essential principles will be explained and then demonstrated by a fully worked example. Some of these examples will be available over the Internet on the Teach Yourself home pages.

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Text and Tags
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Graphics
44
Links
67
Copyright

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Mac Bride is a successful computer author who brings over 20 years of teaching experience to his writing.

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