The Ultimate HTML Reference
All the HTML Knowledge You'll Ever Need!"The Ultimate HTML Reference" is a complete and up-to-date guide to HTML. Published in hardcover, this definitive resource covers all aspects of HTML and XHTML, including the upcoming HTML 5 specifications.
Written by Ian Lloyd, author of the best-selling book "Build Your Own Website The Right Way Using HTML & CSS," this book clearly and concisely covers all aspects of HTML, including browser compatability details for all versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Opera, which are guaranteed to save owners of the book hours of painful debugging.
"The Ultimate HTML Reference" is perfect for front-end designers who want a handy desktop reference that's completely up to date and packed with usage examples.
This book is now available at stores nationwide and online at oreilly.com The full book is also available online, completely free
Ian Lloyd works as a senior Web designer for Nationwide Building Society where he's largely responsible for promoting the Web accessibility ethic. Ian is also a member of the Web Standards project which aims to promote best-practices among Web Developers and software companies.The Ultimate HTML Reference
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