SGML and HTML 4.0 Explained
by Martin Bryan
Publisher: Addison-Wesley 1997
Number of pages: 256
The book includes a detailed description of how the concepts of SGML are used in HTML and provides an accessible explanation of all the features provided by both languages through numerous real world examples taken from the world of electronic publishing.
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