this reason a basic working knowledge of HTML is required before you can learn or
refresher course,Chapter 2 is a basic HTML primer that will teach you all of the skills
you will need.
programmers may want to skim these chapters or skip them entirely.
It’s important to understand how the book is structured so you can plan your learning
experience in the best possible way. The table of contents lists the chapters by name.
subject,feel free to skip directly to the relevant chapter.
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