Keep this fully revised desktop reference nearby as you program for the Web! HTML Programmer's Reference,Second Edition,is a valuable quick-reference guide with concise explanations of all HTML elements,attributes,and syntax listed in alphabetical order. You'll also find examples and definitions of the latest Navigator,Internet Explorer,and WebTV tags at your fingertips-plus expert advice on which commands to use and when to use them. This vital memory jogger and "idea book" is perfect for beginning through advanced HTML programmers!
- Jump to concise definitions of essential HTML features
- Solve problems as you work-find explanations of essential page layout features,including tables,frames,forms,and image maps
- Easily locate the correct markup syntax for specific situations
- Learn expert tips to expedite your work
Table of ContentsChapter 1: General HTML.
Chapter 2: HTML Element Reference.
Chapter 3: Special Characters.
Chapter 4: Color Reference.
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Even those with the most advanced knowledge of HTML need some help sometime. This book has proved helpful many times either helping me use a tag I know little about, or to refresh my memory on simple, little-used tags. I would recommend this book to ANYONE learning or using HTML on a regular basis. It will prove invaluable.