How to Do Everything with HTML

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 18, 2001 - Computers - 512 pages
Another release in our popular How to Do Everything series, this friendly, solutions-oriented book is filled with step-by-step examples for writing HTML code. Each chapter begins with the specific how-to topics that will be covered. Within the chapters, each topic is accompanied by a solid, easy-to-follow walkthrough of the process. You'll learn to build a dynamic Web site with HTML, complete with graphics, links, multimedia, and animation. The book also contains practical coverage of DHTML, JavaScript, and CGI.
 

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While this series does not live up to its name, it does provide a great deal of useful information for basic users in a very readable fashion. FrontPage is Microsoft's popular HTML editor, and, at its ... Read full review

Contents

Part I HTML Basics Everything You Need to Build a Web Site
1
Part II Add Style to Your Site
157
Part III Bells and Whistles to Adorn Your Site
243
Appendix A Choose Safe Colors for Your Web Page
447
Appendix B HTML Practical Reference Guide
455
Appendix C Insert Special Characters on Your Page
467
Appendix D Cascading Style Sheets Practical Reference
473
Index
487
INTERNATIONAL CONTACT INFORMATION
508
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James A. Pence (Campbell, TX) is a first time author. He operates Tuppence Creative Enterprises, a web design business which caters to nonprofit organizations and churches. He has designed a beginner's course in HTML, called "EZ HTML Workshop - Web Authoring for Non-Technies".

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