Re: Good HTML books

Subject: Re: Good HTML books
From: David Dvorkin <dvorkin -at- BOLIX -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 1997 12:16:25 -0600

Bob Smith wrote:

>We're (the tech comm dept) doing the web pages for our company (using
>FrontPage 97), and we're interested in some good HTML books for our limited
>level of expertise. Any suggestions?

An excellent general reference is _HTML: The Definitive Guide_ by Chuck Musciano & Bill Kennedy, from O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.




David Dvorkin
Qualix Group
Boulder Development Ctr.
mailto:dvorkin -at- bolix -dot- com

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