This clearly designed guide is designed for the beginner who wishes to learn HTML 4.0 and its applications to different browsers. Requirements, HTML basics, text formatting, links, and all the bells and whistles are described, with screen shots provided where needed. A handy "quick reference section" provides users with definitions for tags and their attributes in different versions of HTML and on Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Learn about HTML in easy-to-understand steps and get up to speed with the exciting features of HTML 4.0. The functions of the various tags are illustrated with the use of many practical examples. The basics of cascading style sheets and dynamic internet pages along with a comprehensive HTML reference section are covered enabling you to get to the heart of HTML.
Let's get down to the Nitty Gritty of:
Nitty Gritty provides the most important facts that you will need to know to get up and running in new programming topics quickly and when you have become proficient you can use it as an on-going reference book for all the fundamentals.
Divided into 3 sections this book provides everything you need to know to get going and stay running:
Nitty-gritty: the basic and most important facts, the essential substance or details.
Ingo Dellwig is an enthusiastic and dedicated Internet user who has had his own homepage for several years. He has been working with computers since 1986. His part-time work on the hotline of a major online service provider enabled him to gather experience with the Internet, while at the same time completing his Computer Studies course at the University of Dortmund. During this time, he was frequently confronted with the problems encountered by users in creating their own homepages. He became self-employed in 1997 and founded SPECTROsoftware, a software house that creates homepages for companies in a variety of industries, as well as working on projects in the entertainment sector and providing training courses.
"In my books I want to help the reader overcome their fear of theory by leading them step by step towards their goal using practical examples."
Ingo Dellwig seems to have been pretty successful with this approach. He has already written numerous books covering various aspects of the Internet, hardware and programming which have all been well received.
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