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This review is from: HTML 4 for the World Wide Web (Visual QuickStart Guides) (Paperback)
A lot of HTML guides out there are woefully outdated (and not particularly clear either). This book is in its fifth edition, so she must be doing something right! But she has brought out an even easier and clearer guide which doesn't seem to be available yet on Amazon, but which I heartily recommend for newbies - 'Creating a Web page in HTML' . This slim volume is the best introduction to creating web pages I have seen and is produced with extensive visuals and screenshots (both Windows and Mac) in full colour. It is thoroughly up to date and provides clear explanations and examples of Style Sheets, Colours, navigaton, images and everything else you need to get a basic web site online. After mastering this book you can then move on to HTML 4 for the WWW, which, by the way, Castro points out is a *reference* book. Oh, there's a companion website too.