Re: HTML Books

Subject: Re: HTML Books
From: bmoeller <bmoeller -at- GLOBAL2000 -dot- NET>
Date: Tue, 24 Sep 1996 09:10:15 -0400

On Tue, 24 Sep 1996, John Russell wrote:

> I'm looking for something that isn't entry level. Has anyone out there
> found a book that is more like an API/reference guide rather than a
> tutorial type guide? Any other suggestions?

Try "HTML: The Definitive Guide" by Chuck Musciano & Bill Kennedy. It is
part of the O'Reilly & Associates series.

Other books in the series I have found useful are the Perl book (the one
with the camel on it) and the "Java in a Nutshell" book.

> K. John Russell Anagram of the year:
> Dataware Technologies, Inc
> 5 Computer Drive South Information Superhighway
> Albany, New York 12205 New utopia? Horrifying Sham!

I found my copy at Borders on Wolf Road....just down the street from you.


Beth Weise Moeller
Interactive Media Consulting
Saratoga Springs, New York

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