This guide focuses on teaching HTML and how to use it, and provides a designed source of reference material for HTML principles of Web page design and construction. It gives updated examples that reflect the introduction of Netscape Navigator 6 and Internet Explorer 5.5.
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HTML: The Complete Reference by Thomas Powell
A comprehensive, all-in-one reference for all levels of HTML developers. This bestselling book combines theory and practice, and includes extensive examples.
About Thomas Powell
Thomas Powell is the founder and principal of Powell Internet Consulting, Inc. a San Diego-based web design firm that specializes in Web research and development and site construction for high-tech companies. He developed the Web Design Certificate Program at UCSD, teaches web publishing classes and serves as senior instructor and faculty advisor in the University's Information Technology Program. He holds a Bachelor of Science from UCLA and a Master's degree in Computer Science from UCSD. Powell is the author of three books: HTML: The Complete Reference and HTML Programmer's Reference for Osborne and Web Site Engineering: Beyond Web Page Design for Prentice Hall.
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