Teach Yourself Web Publishing with HTML 3.0 in a Week
Ideal for those people who are interested in the Internet and the World Wide Web. This updated and revised edition teaches readers how to use HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) version 3.0 to create Web pages that can be viewed by nearly 30 million users.
-- Explores the process of creating and maintaining Web presentations, including setting up tools, and converters for verifying and testing pages
-- Highlights the new features of HTML, such as tables and Netscape extensions
-- Teaches advanced HTML techniques and tricks in a clear, step-by-step manner with many practical examples of HTML pages
-- Provides the latest information on working with images, sound files, and video
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Understandings HyperText and the World Wide Web
Simple Web Documents
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