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Creating Cool Html 3.2 Web Pages

by Dave Taylor

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Creating Cool HTML 3.2 guides the reader through the process of building a Web page from the absolute beginning, providing examples and explanations for each step. The book includes professional sample pages from the Web, demonstrating almost every tag, along with the source code for each page and notes explaining the authors' techniques. In addition to HTML 3.2 tags, the book also demonstrates the most recent Netscape and Microsoft extensions. For help on adding the niceties, there are chapters devoted to graphics, forms, multimedia, and VRML. The author even covers the process of submitting finished pages to a variety of search engines. Advanced users may want a more complete reference, but beginner and intermediate Web designers will profit from this learn-by-example approach.

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