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How to Do Everything with HTML

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How to Do Everything with HTML, 9780072132731 (0072132736), McGraw-Hill, 2001
The title How to Do Everything with HTML is an ambitious one indeed. It is
something akin to titling a book, How to Do Everything with English. Better yet,
how about How to Do Everything with Algebra? The obvious question is:
How do you know when you can do everything with any of the above?

HTML is a language, and there are different ways to learn languages. Have you
ever seen a book that promises to teach you Japanese in 30 days? Generally, what
you get with those books are some basic phrases you can use if you travel to those
places. You don’t generally learn a whole lot about the language. Although you
might be able to order in a restaurant or ask directions, you definitely can’t do
“everything” with it. On the other hand, you could buy a hefty book on Japanese
grammar that expounds the language to the smallest detail. If you make it all the way
through one of these reference books, you might have read everything “about” the
language. However, you still probably will not know how to do everything “with” it.

HTML books work about the same way. You can buy books that are great for
figuring out how to do specific things with HTMLkind of like those “learn Japanese
in 30 days” books. In these books you’ll find instructions that are so focused and
pointed that you can practically cut and paste the code into your own pages. Other
HTML books are large, intimidating tomes that literally tell you “everything” about
HTML. However, these are not the kind of books a beginner will find helpful.
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