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About the Edition

Are you fascinated by the look and design of Web pages? Do you wish that you had the knowledge and skills to create a great looking Web site? Whether you're an up-and-coming Web designer or just an enthusiastic hobbyist, you are probably using HTML, the standard authoring language for the Internet. "HTML 4 For Dummies," now in its 5th edition, will show you the basics of working with this language as well as advanced skills for all-around knowledge.HTML is used to create Web documents. As a standard issued by the World Wide Web Consortium, it is used by almost everyone to create and edit Web pages. HTML is capable of: Creating a Web siteInserting designs to a Web pageRunning on both PCs and Macs

The new edition of "HTML 4 For Dummies" contains nearly 50% more content than its previous editions, and covers a wide range of material, including: Planning a Web site to avoid underperformanceCreating and viewing a Web pageWorking with text, tables, lists, and linksAdding style to your page with images, colors, and fontsManaging layoutControlling positioning and appearance using CSSIntegrating scripts with HTMLDesigning an eBay auction pageHelpful advices and tips, as well as warnings about pitfalls

Table of Contents

Building better web pages
A tour of HTML basics
Advanced HTML
Beyond HTML? CGI programs and "real" applications
Call the exterminator! Debuggin web pages
Going public: serving up your web pages
It's tool time! HTML development tools and environments
The part of tens.

Edition Notes

Includes index.
System requirements for computer disk: IBM PC or compatible; Windows 3.1 or higher.

--For dummies
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HyperText markup language for dummies


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QA76.76.H94 T58 1996

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