Build Your Own Web Site
Usborne, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
Are you feeling lost in Cyberspace? Do you know the difference between the Net and the Web? Don't panic Internet for Beginners cuts through the technobabble surrounding the Internet and introduces it clearly and concisely. The book tells you exactly how to get connected to the Net, describes the hardware and software you will need, and helps you select a service provider. Once you are on-line, it shows you how to send e-mail, read the news, download files from around the world, and explore the World Wide Web.
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