Who's Afraid of HTML?
Many people would love to put their stamp in cyberspace but simply don't know where or how to begin. Whatever the reason, whether to create a space for personal expression or to establish a business presence on the Web, this book takes the fear out of the unknown. This latest title in the AP PROFESSIONAL Who's Afraid Of? Series is a comprehensive introduction to the entire process of devising, creating, refining, and maintaining a Web page using HTML. Readers learn how to use HTML's embedded tags to define page layout, fonts, graphical elements, and hypertext links to other documents on the Web. Features: * Analogy-oriented and highly readable tutorial approach * Comprehensive coverage of both fundamentals and tips to devise, create, and maintain a Web site * Appendices with easy-to-look-up charts for commonly used variables and parameters * CD-ROM containing freeware/shareware utilities, Web links, and displays of text examples
- Mixed media product | 350 pages
- 185.42 x 231.14 x 17.78mm | 498.95g
- 01 Apr 1999
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States