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A freelance writer and Internet Web page creator introduces users to the wonderfully graphical World Wide Web with this step-by-step, full-color book. New Web users will find this book very useful as it leads them from beginner through intermediate aspects of the Web.
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How to Use the World Wide Web is conveniently subtitled The Full-Color Approach to Problem Solving, a title that fits the contents well. The emphasis in the book is learning to use a Web browser and using sites that enable exploration, such as search engines and indexes. The approach is tailored to the novice, offering step-by-step instruction on Windows 95 software, with large illustrations that point the way. This approach is helpful, and it's nice that the authors include a decent slice of Web sites worth visiting to help readers understand why they'd want to be on the Web to begin with; for example, a chapter in this mode is "How to Find Art Museums on the Web." If you're looking for a book to help a total net beginner get acclimated to Netscape or Internet Explorer, this is a good choice.From the Publisher:
This fully updated best-selling title covers the cutting edge technologies that have established themselves as commonplace on the World Wide Web. Java, VRML, plug-in, helper applications and much more are covered in this beginner-level book. Plus, readers receive in-depth coverage of the most popular Web browsers: Netscape's communicator, Microsoft's Internet Explorer 3.0, and America Online. - Shows readers how to use Java, Netscape plug-ins, and VRML
- Explains ways to find government and business Web sites
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Book Description Ziff Davis Pr, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1562765396