Re: Good HTML books

Subject: Re: Good HTML books
From: David Slonosky <slonoskd -at- ITLS -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 1997 12:43:33 -0500

> No one mentioned the book I happen to have:
> HTML Sourcebook, by Ian Graham. Wiley Pub..
> ItÆs into the 3rd edition that I know of. I have the 2nd ed. HavenÆt been
> doing work with HTML yet, but it seemed like a good place to start..

I have the HTML Sourcebook and find it a valuable reference and a
good teaching manual. I like that he spends a good chunk of the first
part of the book talking about intelligently designing web sites,
rather than jumping into which HTML tag does what.

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