With so many programs on the market that will create good Web pages for you, why bother learning HTML? The reason is that these programs rarely do all of the job just the way you want
it done. So whether you start from scratch or amend the software-produced document to get the results the program couldn't handle, you need to know about HTML and how it works to have complete control.
Rather than a comprehensive reference work on HTML, this book is unique: it is a primer, a practical guide that teaches you in very short time how to create a Web document complete with images, links, tables, and forms,
and how to make it appealing according to principles of design and style. You will also learn about HTML software for authoring, validating, and translating, as well as valuable tips and techniques.
book is almost a verbatim transcription of a live, hands-on workshop taught by one of the preeminent Internet trainers in the United States and one who is recognized worldwide for his ability to boil down to essentials
what you need to know to be a successful user of Internet tools.
106 pages, windows and Macintosh disks included