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The Web Page Design Cookbook

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This book is getting old now, and only covers basic HTML, so it's
little use as a reference. What it does have, and what keeps me from
discarding it in favour of newer and more comprehensive guides is
it's sensible advice on web site design. It's one of the few web
design books which actually covers web site design issues! It urges
readers to think in terms of simple sites with useful content, and
consider how the information might be used by people from all over
the world as well as the usual issues of download speed and browser
Probably not worth buying these days, but borrow it from a friend or
check it out of the library if you do see it. (Frank Carver - sheriff, November 2000)

More info at Amazon.com
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Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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