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Subject:Re: Books on HTML Authoring From:Marcia Coulter <notjust -at- IX -dot- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 17 Feb 1995 20:07:07 -0800
>Does anyone have an opinion on Aronson's _HTML Manual of Style: Writing
>Docs for 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
The World Wide Web Unleashed by John December & Nel Randall, has several
chapters on HTML authoring and on issues surrounding publishing on the
WWW. Good book, lots of WWW information, all grouped in one place.