Hypermedia Publishing: How to Build a Web Site

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Prentice Hall, 1996 - Computers - 375 pages
Simply put, this is a clear, straightforward guide to publishing on the World Wide Web and writing quality HTML.Learning HTML gives you the tools to publish in one of the most exciting new media to be invented since print. This highly-accessible, informal book concentrates on good HTML and good planning, working from the principle that a thorough understanding of principles is as important as a solid knowledge of markup code. All examples are drawn from real-life, and everything is fully explained and justified. Anyone interested in publishing on the World Wide Web. Assumes some confidence in using PCs, but no other expertise.

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Contents

Hypermedia Publishing
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Moving beyond the printed page
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Planning a Web site
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Copyright

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