How to Use HTML 3.2

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Ziff-Davis Press, 1996 - Computers - 219 pages
More and more people are getting online and wanting to post their own Web pages. The How to Use graphical, step-by-step format is perfectly suited to presenting HTML coding to new and beginning Web page developers. This guide includes sections on embedding ActiveX controls and Java applets, creating forms and tables, adding images and figures, and much more!
-- Shows how to create dynamic clickable image maps
-- Includes coverage of Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer extensions
-- Examines how hypertext links works, and how to create them
-- Includes exciting new developments in Web publishing

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Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
46
How to Use the Head Section 28 Your HTML Document
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CHAPTER 10
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Copyright

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