The Hip Pocket Guide to HTML 4by Ed Tittel, James M. Stewart, Natanya Pitts
So, you’ve finally mastered HTML 3.2. Well, in case you haven't heard, version 3.2 is so 1997. It’s 1998 and HTML 4 has arrived. Most cutting-edge Web professionals are busy implementing the latest HTML tags in their Web pages. If you want to keep up with the trendsetters and push your site to the next level, we recommend picking up the hippest HTML 4 reference around — the Hip Pocket Guide to HTML 4.
Find the latest HTML updates quickly and easily. Hip Pocket Guide to HTML 4 is arranged alphabetically by topic, so you can get the information you need in seconds. This book includes all the new tags, attributes, and context usage, along with examples of each. You also get a concise overview of HTML, the entire ISO-Latin-1 character set, suggested HTML tools, online support, and more.
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Meet the Author
About the Authors Ed Tittel is a 17-year computer veteran who has written over 200 articles and penned or contributed to over 50 books including IDG Books Worldwide's bestselling HTML For Dummies® and Hip Pocket Guide to HTML 3.2. James Michael Stewart is a full-time writer who has published numerous print and online work and coauthored IDG Books Worldwide's Intranet Bible and Hip Pocket Guide to HTML 3.2. Natanya Pitts is a writer, trainer, and Webmaster who also teaches a variety of HTML courses at Austin Community College.
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