World Wide Web: Beyond the Basics
by Marc Abrams
Publisher: Prentice Hall 1998
Number of pages: 483
Topics covered: History and evolution of the WWW; Existing and evolving Web standards; Effective representation of information on the WWW; Use of object technology for the WWW; Social and legal issues surrounding the WWW; The future of the Web.
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