HTML & Web Design Tips & Techniques

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McGraw Hill Professional, Feb 13, 2002 - Computers - 688 pages
Master HTML and Web design using this resource filled with precise, proven techniques from today’s leading industry experts. Inside you’ll find quick and concise solutions that can be put to immediate use easily and effectively. Organized by topic and packed with critical information this is a must-have guide for every Web designer.

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The title of HTML & Web Design is somewhat misleading, as the bulk of the book focuses more on advanced technologies such as Java, PHP, ASP, and XHTML. Although the first three chapters do cover HTML ... Read full review

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Kris Jamsa, Ph.D., MBA is the best-selling author of nearly 90 books on all aspects of computing. With over a decade of experience, Jamsa's books have helped millions of programmers worldwide. Andy Anderson is the owner of One-of-a-Kind Productions. For more than 10 years, Andy has been developing curriculums and courseware on a variety of subjects, including GoLive, Photoshop, Illustrator, Director, Flash, and Dreamweaver. Konrad King has been writing programs and working with computers 1978. He currently runs his own consulting business, developing enterprise database systems that allow his clients to run all aspects of their business by using a set of custom, user-friendly applications.

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