The Project Cool Guide to HTML

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The creator of the coveted "Cool Site of the Day" award now shows anybody how to create their own cool sites. The first truly integrated book/Web site publication, The Project Cool Guide to HTML teaches Web site development novices both the basics of HTML and the subtle skills needed for creating truly cool and effective Web sites. The book is an easy-to-use tutorial on HTML, including the latest commands from HTML 3.2, Netscape 3.0 and Microsoft's Internet Explorer 3.0. There are also tips on creatively using ...
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Overview

The creator of the coveted "Cool Site of the Day" award now shows anybody how to create their own cool sites. The first truly integrated book/Web site publication, The Project Cool Guide to HTML teaches Web site development novices both the basics of HTML and the subtle skills needed for creating truly cool and effective Web sites. The book is an easy-to-use tutorial on HTML, including the latest commands from HTML 3.2, Netscape 3.0 and Microsoft's Internet Explorer 3.0. There are also tips on creatively using text, graphics, special effects, and interactivity to design Web pages that are fun, unique, useful...just plain cool. The book also points to places on the "Project Cool" Web site where readers can see cool sites as well as experiment with their own ideas and see the results immediately.[Includes link to the "Project Cool" Web site with... * Interactive HTML forms that let readers enter HTML code and immediately see the results * New HTML techniques and tricks not included in the book * Links to cool Web pages * Lots of resources for Webmasters, including software, graphics, technical specs, and Web news

The Project Cool Guide to HTML teaches Web site development novices both the basics of HTML and the subtle skills needed for creating cool and effective Web sites. The book is an easy-to-use tutorial on HTML, including the latest commands from HTML 3.2, Netscape 3.0, and Microsoft's Internet Explorer. The book includes a link to the "Project Cool" Web site.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780471173717
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 12/17/1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 7.42 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Acknowledgments
1 Getting Started on the Web 1
2 Understanding HTML 17
3 Basic Text Tags 27
4 Creating Links 47
5 Incorporating Images 65
6 Making Tables 81
7 Imagemaps 107
8 Designing with Frames 131
9 Low-Bandwidth Design 151
10 Preparing Forms 163
11 Pushing the Envelope 189
12 The Elusive Cool Site 207
App. A HTML Tag Quick Reference 217
App. B Color Names and Hex Values 221
App. C Standards? What Standards? 223
Index 235
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