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Html Quick Reference Paperback – July, 1996
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Or why "target" is not mentioned at all.
If a novice were to use this book he NEVER would discover that a graphics could serve as a hyperlink. IT JUST ISN'T IN THERE!
This book is very anoying. I have never bought a book so unfit for it's stated purpose: a guick concise html reference.
A book like this should lead you to the commands you need. If one knew html in and out a reference book wouldn't be needed in the first place
I'd like to have seen another section in the book that would have expanded the examples and described some of the options for the commands in greater detail.
I realize that the book is a reference book rather than an HTML tutorial, but it's layed out so nicely I think just a little more information would really make the book a "10"!
to EVERY HTML command. The book is organized alphabetically
by command, with quicktables referencing all commands relevent
to different topics. It also indicates the compliance of
each command to Netscape, Internet Explorer, Mosaic/XMosaic,
HTML 2, and HTML 3.2.
It's the flat head screwdriver of any proffesionals toolbox, simple, but indespensible.