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HTML programmer's reference (edition 1998)

by Thomas A. Powell

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Title:HTML programmer's reference
Authors:Thomas A. Powell
Info:Berkeley, Calif.: Osborne/McGraw-Hill, c1998.
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HTML Prorammer's Reference by Thomas A. Powell

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October 17, 2001
This isn't absolutely a book to learn HTML. It's not very useful at that.
If you already know HTML and you need a (physical) place where to quickly get precise and complete information on every HTML tag, this is the best. Differently from many huge trash books (like the xyz bible...), it's small, simple, complete, easy to read, ant it will leave some free space on your desk.
I'm using it every time I need to make an HTML page. ( )
  folini | Aug 27, 2009 |
Woefully outdated, but I never bought anything better. Does me fine (with books on CSS, JS, etc.) ( )
  timspalding | Nov 6, 2005 |
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This title compliments the HTML: The Complete Reference also written by Thomas Powell. A comprehensive resource for all versions of HTML elements including tables, frames, forms, and image maps that continue to be supported by the browsers and the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). The focus is placed on listing elements, keywords, and other reference material, and fewer pages are devoted to instructing readers on how to use HTML). Programmers can use this reference as an ""idea book, "" thumbing through content finding commands or functions that may provide alternative solutions. The authors deliver a powerful and concise reference handbook for novice and experienced programmers alike--provides at-your fingertips access to clear explanations of HTML elements, syntax, keywords, commands, and functions.

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