Books - Web Development & Internet
10 Minute Guide to HTML by Tim Evans : If you have never written a page for the WWW (and want to), this is the book for you: brief, concise, clear, all the neccessary tags explained. Addtitionally, if you want to be sure that your pages are displayed correctly and quickly by all the available browsers (not everybody is using "version 4" browsers with ISDN connections ! ) then staying within the confines of html 3.2 is the safest option. This book used in conjunction with Arachnophilia is how I got Started.
Platinum Edition Using HTML 3.2, Java 1.1, and CGI : More detailed reference material plus CD Rom with many web-tools.
Harley hahn's Internet & Web Golden Directory : On a lighter note, this idiosynchratic directory will point you in the direction of web-pages covering every imaginable subjet, serious and otherwise. Find all kinds of material in here that you would not even think of looking for yourself. Very amusingly written.
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