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Subject:Re: Books on HTML Authoring From:Ann Amsler <aamsler -at- CHOPIN -dot- UDEL -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 17 Feb 1995 11:55:57 -0500
I'm using Laura Lemay's "Teach Yourself Web Publishing with HTML in a
Week", Sams Publishing, 1995, and I really like it. I ordered two copies
for our department library, and so far, others who have seen it are
ordering their own copies. It's very clearly written and seems to be
pretty accurate. By the way, Laura's a member of TECHWR-L, too.
If you have access to WWW, you can look at a sample chapter on
Macmillan's USA Information Superlibrary (URL http://www.mcp.com/)
before you but the book. You can even get a discount by ordering from
On Fri, 17 Feb 1995, Michelle Page wrote:
> Does anyone have an opinion on Aronson's _HTML Manual of Style: Writing Docs
> the WWW_ or any other books on HTML authoring? I'm aware that there are
> resources on the Net, but I'd like to have a paper book as well. :-)
> Many thanks...
> Michelle Page
> Technical Writer
> Applied Research Laboratories
> Austin, Texas
> page -at- arlut -dot- utexas -dot- edu