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John Russell <JRussell -at- DATAWARE -dot- COM> asks:
>I'm looking for an exhaustive HTML reference manual, a book that doesn't
>talk so much about layout and design, but rather gives an overview of
>every HTML piece of markup and examples how to use it.
I'm a fan of Laura Lemay's _Teach Yourself HTML in a Week_. You can find
this book in several slightly different versions. I understand the most
recent is _Teach Yourself HTML 3.2 in 14 Days_. I found this book to
discuss all of the HTML codes in enough detail for me to make my own usage
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