- Hardcover: 1517 pages
- Publisher: Que Pub; 1st edition (November 1, 1996)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0789709325
- ISBN-13: 978-0789709325
- Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 2.5 x 9.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,582,880 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Platinum Edition Using HTML 3.2, Java 1.1, and CGI Hardcover – November 1, 1996
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From the Publisher
The most comprehensive reference available for experienced Web users looking to master HTML is here. Offering two times the coverage as other editions on HTML, this all-encompassing authority includes updated coverage of new HTML features supported by Netscape and Microsoft Internet Explorer and more. - Provides information on Web page creation, and new Web programming techniques and technologies
- Covers development tools LiveWire, Netscape Gold, power tools like MapThis!, and more
- Two CD-ROMs include HTML source code used in the book, and useful software tools for creating and implementing HTML, second CD-ROM includes the full text of at least 10 Que books in HTML format
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Here is a nice broad overview of the tools one needs to create an all the bells and whistles, fully functional, dog and pony show website.In 3d.
I was stuck in an HTML rut; it sure was fun and exciting to write my first little 3d world, and incorporate little Java thingies that I actually got working!
The book is not successful as a reference manual for the experienced programmer, and that is not it's intention. It is for the intermediate web page designer with moderate programming ambitions.
The book is presently a little dated, other texts may be better ( consider Html, Cgi, Sgml, Vrml, Java Web Publishing Unleashed, William Stanek,et al.) and $70.00 list seems about $40 too dear.
Still, this book remains a good introduction, and was one of the best texts of it's kind whan it hit the shelves last year. I like it, learned a lot from it, but can not bring myself to buy another copy- having changed jobs, and left the Platinum Edition with it's rightful owner.
Sure, the book comes with lots of books on the CD. But once again, these books are designed to help you USE rather than DESIGN/PUBLISH/PROGRAM. So what you end up with is a reference library that covers lots of subjects superficially.
When you look at this book and the comparably priced and MUCH MUCH BETTER Web Publishing Electronic Resource Kit (ISBN: 157521265X) packaged with a print edition of the Web Publishing Unleashed Professional Reference Edition (a 1500+ page book( and 14 books on CD, you see that Platinum Edition is NOT a good choice or a good value. The Web Publishing Electronic Resource Kit covers everything you need to know as a Web publishing, developer and programmer!