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Recommended HTML books for beginners.

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Yes I am looking for a good book on to learn HTML with. I am a total beginner. I have Frontpage 98. I want to be a web developer so I am going to need to learn HTML obviously. Can somebody start me off on the right track?

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Kind regards, John Amaro.
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You can start to read "HTML for dummy's". This is a good book with several hints and techniques.
It doesn's contain the latest informations but you have to start somewhere...
You can also visit the following sites for good links and lot's of information:

http://www.projectcool.com/   
The ultimate starting point for web-developers

http://gallery.uunet.be/alexdd/aotw/htmotw.htm
Part of my personal site... this page contains several other links ...

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Instant HTML : Programmer's Reference
by Steve Wright
Wrox Press 1996
ISBN 1-861000-76-6
Covers the basics (no DHTML) and small enough to fit in a (large) pocket.

New versions of the book on Dynamic HTML (DHTML) have split into 2 versions:Netscape and IE flavours.  I hate this.  Recommend try to get the old one first, you may even get it in a bargain bin because it's an "old" edition.



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Thanks for the info.
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