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I just have a few knowledge about HTML. Right now I am thinking about working on it more detailing. Anybody could give me any suggestion? Thanks in advance.
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It's not a book, but the first tutorial I ever did was "Web Tutor" by Joe Barta / Professional Web Design. I looked, but don't think I have the link anymore.
 
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Thank you anyway, Steven. I will keep on searching, and your hint might be helpful.
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Hi,
I'm not really qualified to answer, since I haven't taken the time to learn more than basic HTML, but I did recently survey the books on the subject. I'm very happy with the book I bought, HMTL 4.0, by Wrox Press. It's got a very concise and easy-to-read format. It has sections on JavaScript and VBScript. Wrox also puts out several books, one on HTML, one on DHTML, and maybe a few others.
 
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Not a tutorial, but a great all-round reference to all sorts of things is O'Reilly's "Webmaster in a Nutshell". It's one of the few books that is always on my desk. And I use it a lot too.
 
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