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That was my first reaction as well. I sat in the floor of Books-A-Million
for over an hour several months ago trying to find what I thought was the
best overall HTML book. I came away with a monster of a book called
Mastering HTML 4.0. It wasn't until I got it home that I realized that it
was written by Eric and Deborah. If they're not famous now, they should be!
I always recommend their book (along with a plug of their names) on the web
design lists I'm subscribed to. :)
> My first reaction is to point out that the owners of THIS
> list, TECHWR-L,
> Eric J. Ray and Deborah S. Ray wrote a book that I have,
> "HTML4 For Dummies:
> Quick Reference." That makes them famous in my eyes. (I
> think they've
> written other books, too.)