Ed Tittel, Natanya Pitts, "HTML 4 for Dummies"
Wiley Publishing, 4 Ed | 2003 | ISBN: 0764519956 | 432 pages | PDF | 4,7 MB
This guide walks you through the entire Web authoring process, teaching you how to use the nuts and bolts of HTML to build your Web page. You've got to feel good about a guide that tells you that "if you can dial a telephone or find your keys in the morning, you too can become an HTML author."
The authors start with the premise that you're a true beginner. The first part of the book covers the history of the Web, what a browser is, how HTML is used, and what it takes to access the Web. The book then dives into HTML basics, page layout, and instructions on how to build your first basic Web page. Part 2 explains what a markup language is and how HTML works. This section provides an overview of each HTML tag, highlights special characters, and shows you how to add templates, lists, and links to your Web pages. Part 3 covers relatively advanced areas such as tables, attractive Web design, complex pages, forms, style sheets, image maps, navigation aids, and finally going live with your site.
Part 4 contains the famous "Part of Tens" section that is in each Dummies book, plus HTML's Top Ten Do's and Don'ts, Ten Design Desiderata, and Nearly Ten Ways to Exterminate Web Bugs. Extras on the CD-ROM include overviews on testing your pages, working with Dynamic HTML, frames, Common Gateway Interface (CGI), and more. The CD-ROM also has shareware and examples of HTML that are used in the book. --Elizabeth Lewis
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