How to Use HTML & XHTML, Adobe Reader
How to Use HTML & XHTML offers a visual, straightforward, and demystifying approach to the technology that currently makes the Web possible. It is carefully organized to visually teach the beginning HTML user what he needs to know to get a Web site up in the shortest time possible.
The book covers the HTML tags that are likely to be used on a beginner's Web page, and it is organized in a logical, step-by step order that reflects the natural progression a new Web page author will follow in developing a Web site with HTML. Unlike so many other books, this book does not treat the mastery of HTML as the ultimate goal, but rather as an all-important foundation upon which people can build their skills in Web development.
Title: How to Use HTML & XHTML, Adobe Reader
Author: Gary Rebholz
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