Learn HTML in a Weekend

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Prima Tech, 1998 - HTML (Document markup language) - 409 pages
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In just one weekend, this book enable the average reader to say, with confidence, "I know HTML? HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the language used to create Web pages. Using a graduated approach, readers build up basic to intermediate HTML skills, and learn how to use software tools for including more "advanced" HTML features (frames, forms, Web graphics, image maps, and GIF animations). Readers quickly learn everything they need to know to begin creating fairly sophisticated Web pages right away, including headings, paragraphs, number and bullet lists, indented quotes, special characters, horizontal rules, hypertext links, inline images, and more.

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