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Easy Web Writing 2nd Edition Including how to Write Web Pages, Sites and Even Kindle Books [Kindle Edition]

Nik Handford

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Book Description

An easy Introduction to html code and how to write web pages, sites and Kindle/ eBooks easily. With lots of easy to use examples which you can transfer from Kindle to PC to modify and make your own Website.

Product Details

  • File Size: 357 KB
  • Print Length: 173 pages
  • Publisher: Omni-Auto's; 2 edition (July 8, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008J44ESI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,499,470 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Nik was born in the late Fifties in Bristol (UK) and did an Apprenticeship as a Fitter/Turner 1975-79. On finishing that he joined Bristol Aircraft Corporation as a Trainee Draughtsman and Specialised in Lofting (Full Scale Layouts and Geometry). During the time when interest rates went through the roof (17% +) he went contracting (Freelance) to pay the bills. He worked on the A380 when all it was, was an idea. On Concorde to get it flying again, most of the Airbus range plus Dehavilland's Dash 8, Fokkers, HS 146, Hotal (space plane), Shorts, and much more. When he was in his 40's he was told he was Dyslexic, which probably wasn't that much of a surprise to people who saw reports he wrote.
In the '92 he started the Avon Sports And Classics Car Club and the Sprite/Midget help pages on the web (http://www.omniautos.f9.co.uk/sprite/index.htm) and HTML help (http://www.htmlcode.plus.com/index.htm) soon after.
Now in his spare time he runs a number of websites for various local organisations, has written a few books and collaborated on another, designed bits for rally/race cars as well as building them. And messes around with computers, which he has been doing since the 70's when you had to build your own and write your own programs.
He gives blood regularly and is on his 347th donation thanks largely to donating plasma weekly in the 90's.


He's now trying to learn Java, to bring his programs into the 21st Century but is struggling due to Dyslexia, so he's hoping to meet someone who can give some pointers after reading various books and getting nowhere.
He finds he needs to use examples rip them apart, change bits and see what that does, to find out how they work. Not really the correct way but it's worked with most things, maybe Java will beat him.

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