Build your own home page

Beckman, Mel
November 1995
Macworld;Nov95, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p104
Presents a guide on how to construct a home page on the Internet's World Wide Web. Entry requirements; Three design principles; Use of a special language called HyperText Markup Language; Adding hypertext links; Publishing. INSET: Mastering the HTML lexicon (HyperText Markup Language)..


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