HTML: Visual Quick Reference

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Que Corporation, 1995 - Computers - 159 pages
The millions of Web users have created a demand for a simple reference for casual users who want to publish their own Web pages. This easy-to-use visual guide covers all of the necessary HTML codes to create functional Web pages with graphics, hyperlinks, lists, and more!-- Shows how to write and design good Web pages and how to get them on the Web and get them noticed-- Fully explains all of the key HTML elements-- Covers the best HTML editor software for Windows, Mac, and UNIX

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HTML Visual Quick Reference takes the graphic approach to explaining HTML and the World Wide Web, eschewing text whenever a picture will do. Scharf knows the limits of this technique, especially with ... Read full review


lntroduction to HTML
Writing HTML

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Scharf is a creative director. He directs and supervises all phases of a project from concept to implementation. He studied art history and architecture at Columbia University in New York City. He continues to paint and exhibit his art work.

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