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I've been asked/volunteered to design the home page (and successive "template" pages) for my company's intranet. I'd like to get two good books on web design: one on web page design (web site design is a secondary concern), and one to use as an HTML dictionary/reference.
What do you recommend?
sas -at- pentatechinc -dot- com
P.S. I apologize if I could have found previous discussions on this, but I can't find a techwr-l archive on the web-is there one?
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