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Great for Learning "Forward Compatibility",
This review is from: Beginning XHTML (Paperback)
My critiques of this otherwise fine book are as follows:
1. It tries to cover too many topics.
2. It lacks an appendix on the XHTML character entities.
It's not a tragedy, but it is annoying since the character entities are just as much a part of XHTML as its elements and attributes are.
Despite these criticisms, I highly recommend this book, especially to anyone interested in making their Web sites "forward compatible." Fortunately, the book can work both as a reference and a tutorial on XHTML.