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Subject:Re: Good HTML books From:pewy <pewy -at- ICONTROL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 26 Aug 1997 13:27:59 -0500
I have been working with HTML for about seven or eight months now, and
the best book I found for a good explanation of the basics was the HTML
for Dummies (Quick Reference) book written by Eric Ray. I know that he
and Deb have another edition in the works, and I plan on picking that one
up as soon as I find it in the bookstores.
I should point out that I don't use any HTML-specific software like
FrontPage, just BBEdit Lite.
(Hey Eric, can I trade this plug in for a blatantly off-topic post some