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by P K MCBRIDE,Nat McBride


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Walmart 9780750641784. Paperback, Made Simple Books, 1994, ISBN13 9780750641784, ISBN10 0750641789. Tell us if something is incorrect. The book covers HTML version . The essentials of HTML are easy to master - you can learn enough to knock up a small, but well-formed Web site over a weekend. It will take you a little longer to work right through this book, but we hope that you will find it worth the trouble. All you need for simple text-and-images pages is covered in the first four chapters.

These books are the most important ones you will ever need. They both have great examples and although the books themselves are old and they have some technology that isn't used anymore or all that much, for example The Netscape Browser (which no longer exists),tags, CGI, Internet Explorer . and Netscape Communicator.

This practical text is for you if you want to create your own or company Web site. It assumes that you want to learn HTML quickly, thoroughly and without getting bogged down in theory. The book covers HTML version 4.0.The essentials of HTML are easy to master - you can learn enough to knock up a small, but well-formed Web site over a weekend. It will take you a little longer to work right through this book, but we hope that you will find it worth the trouble. All you need for simple text-and-images pages is covered in the first four chapters. From there on in lots more advanced material is covered to take you from a novice to experienced user. The next two chapters describe a range of techniques for positioning and formatting material. Tables and frames (Chapter 5) can be handled by almost all browsers nowadays, but if you choose to use style sheets (Chapter 6) you have to accept that only people with newer browsers will see your pages in all their glory. If you want feedback from your visitors - orders for your products, input from your club's members, or simply comments on your site - you need forms (Chapter 7). They can be fiddly to set up, but are worth it. In Chapter 8 the Authors look at adding sounds and animations to liven up your pages, then dip into Web programming languages to see how they can produce more active and interactive sites.You don't have to wait until you've read right to the end of this book before publishing your pages. Jump to Chapter 10 when you've created enough to make a good site. You can always upload new or improved pages later - and you should do so regularly if you want to keep your visitors coming back for more.The document and image files for the larger examples contained in this book can be found on the Made Simple WWW site, at: http://www.madesimple.co.uk in the samples area.
HTML 4.0 Made Simple (Made Simple Computer) download epub
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Author: P K MCBRIDE,Nat McBride
ISBN: 0750641789
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Programming
Language: English
Publisher: Made Simple; 2001 edition (April 20, 1998)
Pages: 208 pages