Teach Yourself HTML 4 in 24 hours 2nd Edition Review

Teach Yourself HTML 4 in 24 hours 2nd Edition
by Dick Oliver and Molly Holzschlag
Sams.net, Nov., 1997.
Trade Paperback, 400 pages.
ISBN: 1575213664
Ordering information:
Amazon.com.

Cover of Teach Yourself HTML 4 in 24 hours
by Dick Oliver and Molly Holzschlag


This book, packed with tips and source code, provides instruction on everything from basic code to style sheets and Javascript. HTML topics covered in the book include tables, forms, basics, frames, images, formatting and style sheets. The book also includes chapters on embedding images and sounds and adding Javascript and Java applets to your web pages. Each topic covered improves the learning curve by providing tips, a question & answer section, a quiz and activities for readers to try on their own. The book also has a companion website which includes HTML examples and links to useful resources for creating webpages.

Beginners will get the most use from this book, as it covers basic HTML and introduces recent advances in HTML coding, such as Style Sheets. The strong focus on using graphics and webpage layout provides the beginner with a quick guide to effective web design. An excellent guide for those looking to code their first webpages in HTML.









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