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HTML & XHTML by Chuck Musciano & Bill Kennedy (O'Reilly)

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This was the very first book I've ever read about HTML, years ago I taught myself HTML by using tutorial available on the net. Over those years it hasn't changed much, but now with HTML becoming integrated with XML (therefore becoming XHTML) things are changing quickly.
This book will help those who already know basic HTML through the transition and is also comprehensive enough to be usful to someone who's never written HTML in their lives. Typical of O'Reilly books this not only has chapters which go into things in-depth but also comprehensive appendices which can be used as handy references along with a pull-out "Quick Reference" section.
It's extremely easy to read and I recommend it to anyone who has to deal with HTML or XHTML.
(Angela Poynton - Sheriff, October 2001)
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