Subject: Re: XHTML/XSL
From: Sandy Harris <sandy -at- storm -dot- ca>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2001 14:23:03 -0400

Michael Davidson wrote:

> I've been looking at Amazon for books on XHTML.

Why not support your local businesses and visit a bookstore where you can
thumb through the books before plunking down the credit card?

> There are several good ones it seems. Does anyone have any thoughts
> on/experience with the O'Reilly or Sam's books?

Since the mid-80's when they were a tiny publisher specialising in Unix
books, I've always assumed anything from O'Reilly was likely to be good.
I own at least a dozen of their books and have used others. I've only
been disappointed once.

Their "HTML: the Definitive Guide" is excellent. I learned HTML from it,
and use it as my standard reference.

The fourth edition just came out, and it covers XHTML.


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