Hands on HTML

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Prima Tech, 1999 - Computers - 547 pages
Hands On HTML aims to bridge two gaps. The first gap is that between learning Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) as discreet elements (that is, learning how to do various tasks, but in an unconnected fashion) and applying the learned HTML in a real-world situation. The second gap is that between the beginner who has learned the basics of HTML and the more experienced HTML author who wants to create a more advanced Web site or home page.

This book deals with the first gap not by teaching HTML in bits and pieces but by teaching beginners HTML in the process of creating a usable, if not sophisticated, first Web site.

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Contents

Understanding HTML and Design Basics
1
The Basic Web Site
17
Summary
28
Copyright

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