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I first learned HTML in 1996 and haven't really studied it since about 1999; I have an HTML 4.01 reference but I find that a lot of the tags I'm used to using are deprecated.
I'm wondering if this book would be good as a review to sort of bring myself up to the current standard, or should I look at something a little more advanced?††I already know HTML and CSS, just really old versions of them.
Jim, that's exactly the kind of thing I was looking for. Thanks!
BTW, amazon.co.uk does not stock this book; might want to look into that since it's the first stop for a lot of shoppers in the UK! Compman.co.uk does carry it, so that's where I'll be getting it.
Thanks for the tip on amazon.co.uk. I'll ask our marketing staff and Wiley UK office to look into that. I didn't know there were any current Wiley or Wrox titles that amazon.co.uk didn't carry. I learn new things every day.
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