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Joes' books are every bit as easy to follow, yet still provide humor to keep
the reader engaged. They just aren't anywhere near as condescending as the *
Dummies* series, which really talk down to the reader, IMO. By contrast, Joe
figures that if you're smart enough to be wanting to learn how to code HTML,
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