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About the Author

Elizabeth Castro has written three bestselling editions of HTML for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide. She also wrote the bestselling Perl and CGI for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide, and the Macintosh and Windows versions of the Netscape Communicator 4: Visual QuickStart show more Guide. She was the technical editor for Peachpit's The Macintosh Bible, Fifth Edition, and she founded Pagina Uno, a publishing house based in Barcelona, Spain. show less

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Works by Elizabeth Castro

XML for the World Wide Web (2000) 194 copies
Dont Make Me Think and HTML World Wide Web (2003) — Contributor — 20 copies
HTML, XHTML en CSS (2011) 2 copies
Netscape 3 for Windows (1996) 2 copies
XML til WWW (2001) 2 copies
HTML con XHTML y CSS (2003) 2 copies
EPUB : 1 copy
Aan de slag met ePub (2011) 1 copy

Associated Works

The Macintosh Bible (6th Edition) (1994) — some editions — 39 copies

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Common Knowledge

Birthdate
20th Century
Gender
female
Places of residence
Barcelona, Spain

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Reviews

Very good book in the Visual QuickProject series about how to publish a blog using the Google Blogger. I recommended any books about computing written by the author, Elizabeth Castro.
 
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MrDickie | 2 other reviews | Feb 26, 2016 |
-to-the-point, concise, shows as well as tells
-the best kind of how-to-program book
-there should be more like this
 
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mykl-s | 4 other reviews | Aug 28, 2013 |
This book is absolutely wonderful. Being a book on usability, the book itself is highly usable.

1. It is a small book; every second you spend reading it is well spent.
2. All of it is tasty meat -- a lot of useful information with zero bullshit.
3. The author knows his stuff.
4. Comics and anecdotes add variety and support understanding.
5. Examples of well designed and badly designed sites.
6. Easily comprehensible.

Go read this book if you make websites, write for websites, make decisions regarding websites. Really, you should read this book :)

Also, you may enjoy reading [b:The Design of Everyday Things|840|The Design of Everyday Things|Donald A. Norman|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1348635614s/840.jpg|18518].
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