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In Web Design for Libraries

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This stand alone workbook is intended for individuals with an interest in developing professional-looking websites without having to learn HTML language. Using a typical Microsoft Windows environment with cut and paste templates and examples, the book helps users learn and understand some of the benefits and limitations of commercially available software. It will be a hand ...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published December 1st 2006 by Libraries Unlimited
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Sep 13, 2008 Stephanie rated it it was ok
Shelves: school, technology
BORING. I had to read this for a class and the book was selected only because the professor wrote it. It turned out to be like most books on web design: things sound much more complicated than they really are.
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Best HTML textbook I've seen.
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