by "Donna M Smillie" <dms(at)zetnet.co.uk>
||Tue, 21 Sep 1999 19:07:16 +0100
it's an excellent reference book, extremely informative and well laid out.
I'm not sure how well I'd have got on with it as a "beginner's guide" to
basics. Well worth looking at.
Different Worlds: http://www.users.zetnet.co.uk/dms/
Pictures of the Past, The Leslie Smith Family,
An Introduction to HTML, Copyright Considerations
Calendar Wallpapers, Online WW1 Bookshop
----- Original Message -----
From: erin <ravenl(at)indy.net>
> I am in the same boat as you are and I've found that, for most languages,
> the O'Reilly publishing company does AMAZING books. The have one called
> At 11:19 AM 9/21/99, Wayne Fisher wrote:
> >to recommend a good book that could instruct me on coding, techniques,
> >form, etc. I am well-versed in HTML, but I do not have a programming
> >The book, ideally, would have:
> >1. Individual lessons, where each lesson would cover a single topic.
> >2. Exercises after each lesson to practice the new material.
> >3. The book should be written such that a non-programmer (like me) can
> >pick up the scripting language without having a programming background.
> >Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated!
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