James H. Pence (Campbell, TX), author of How to Do Everything with HTML, is a self-described "non-technical" writer. He was trained in creative writing and journalism at the Dallas Theological Seminary. As a member of the HTML Writers' Guild, James authors and maintains his own Web site, Tuppence Creative Ministries, at www.tuppence.org. Addition-ally, he works as a freelance Web designer and is currently developing sites for author Reg Grant (www.reggrant.com).
How to Do Everything with HTML and XHTMLby James H. Pence
This step-by-step resource takes the fear and mystery out of using markup languages HTML and XHTML to build Web sites -- it will help you through the process with friendly and familiar terms and techniques. You'll cover all the basics, learn to add links, images, and data, and move on to advanced techniques such as animation, image maps, and interactivity. Discover the XHTML 1.0 recommendations and the direction in which Web design is headed with XHMTL 1.1 (XHTML Modularization) and the XHTML 2.0 working draft. Whatever your goals are, you'll find what you need to accomplish them in How to Do Everything with HTML & XHTML.
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'How to Do Everything in HTML' does exactly what it says. It simply takes a beginner (like me) and shows how to use basic programming to do what you want rather than what you can figure out. This is THE book I would recommend to someone who wants to know what HTML is and does but lacks prior computer programming experience. Even those familiar with other computer languages such as C++ or java will find the user-friendly approach by Pence a joy over most technical books. If a beginner's book is what you want, here it is!