by Vijay Mukhi, Sejal Gupta, Shanta Chainani
Publisher: BPB Publications 2004
This book is a journey through the world wide web for beginners. Its objective is to explain the readers the different facilities offered by the Internet. From the contents: Search Engines, Electronic Mail, Electronic Greetings, Shopping, GetRight, Chat, Personal Homepage, Hyper Text Markup Language, File Transfer Protocol, Behind the Scenes.
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