HTML: Your visual blueprint for designing Web pages with HTML, CSS, and XHTML

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Wiley, Jan 10, 2008 - Computers - 320 pages
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  • Offers professional-level instruction in Web page design in a unique visual format, with most tasks demonstrated on self-contained two-page spreads
  • Key tasks covered include setting up a Web page, reducing image resolution, creating radio buttons, adding a hit counter, creating an inline frame, and adding an embedded sound
  • High-resolution screen shots accompanied by succinct explanations clearly illustrate each task, while "Apply It" and "Extra" sidebars highlight useful tips
  • Companion Web site features all the code that appears in the text-ready to plug into the user's Web pages

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About the author (2008)

Paul Whitehead is a computer consultant specializing in I.T. support and administrative services for the medical and pharmaceutical industries. Based in Toronto, Canada, Paul is the author of many books.

James H. Russell became acquainted with the Internet in 1997 while he was a student at Indiana University in Indianapolis. He quickly became engulfed in the Internet, becoming editor in chief at and later a member of the Mozilla community, where he worked with staff and contributors to rewrite the release notes and README file for the Mozilla .6 and 1.0 releases. James has also created and co-designed Web pages; most recently he co-designed for the Indianapolis Bahá’í community. He also maintains his own blog at

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