- Series: Sams Teach Yourself
- Paperback: 405 pages
- Publisher: Sams; Subsequent edition (October 1, 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1575213664
- ISBN-13: 978-1575213668
- Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 1.2 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 55 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,110,999 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Teach Yourself HTML 4 in 24 Hours is not really a guide to the latest features of HTML 4, but rather a complete HTML tutorial that happens to include lessons on Dynamic HTML and style sheets. There are 24 lessons in all--with each taking about an hour, naturally. If you're looking for a quick and dirty way to learn the basics of Web page design and HTML right up to the latest tags and technologies, this book will certainly get you well on your way.
From the Publisher
Teach Yourself HTML in 24 Hours, Second Edition provides a quick step-by-step tutorial that is broken up into 24 short, one-hour chapters that are easy for the busy beginner to read and digest. - Updated to cover all of the latest developments in HTML 4, Microsoft Internet Explorer 4, and Netscape Communicator 4 including Dynamic HTML and Cascading Style Sheets
- The HTML Cafe support site will be set up on the Sams Web site, providing online examples from the book, easy access to Web publishing shareware products, and updated material
- Short, easy one-hour chapters are ideal for the busy beginner
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This book is a great tool, and although there are no advanced methods of html, if you are just starting, this is JUST what YOU NEED! I currently am a professional web page designer, and even to this day (2 years after buying the book) turn to it frequently for its tools. In my book, Sam again, gets 5 stars.
Cons: Examples are quite basic. All web pages that you write are almost too basic in structure. The student will leave with a good conceptual knowledge of HTML, but not a good working knowledge. The book assumes some knowledge of graphics, but quickly glances over it. You might need Sams TY Photoshop5.5 in 24 hours for more.
From here: You need some desire to start creating web pages if you want to turn your knowledge into working talent. Also pick up a copy of a HTML refrence...like The Complete refrence, HTML second edition, Powell/ Osborn. When you have to create many pages...you'll need much more than the STYHTMLin 24 has to offer.
It goes step by step on how to create pages, when and how to use tags. There is probably no other book better than this to learn HTML. From the first webpage to creating forms to advanced table creating techniques, this book is filled with the basics of HTML coding.
If you are planning on doing web design or web programming, knowing HTML is a must. Without it, you wouldn't have any idea on where to go and what is being done.
This book is simply one of the best buys out there. For the list price that's mentioned, how could you go wrong? I wish I could say more but this book is ALL you really need.
Just buy it.
The book is easy to read, divided into simple chapters and has plenty of online references, helpful tips and a terrific Quick Reference to nearly all HTML and XMTL tags. (But I wish it were in alphabetical order.)
For the experienced user, Sams has it all in this one book, including deprecated style, what to look for in future versions, dynamic web pages, ad infinitum. Buy this book -- you will not be disappointed!