Want to learn the basics of xHTML? This is the manual for you. “How to Speak Internet: Your Guide to xHTML”, by author Richard Giles, is your introduction not only to the language of the web but also to the very basics of programming. You won’t be able to build the next Facebook immediately after reading it, but you’ll have a basis on which to build your knowledge.
If you struggle to read even the simplest bits of HTML code, and wish you knew more about the language so much of the web is built on, consider this manual your starting point.
You’ll find excerpts of code alongside screenshots, showing you precisely what a given snippet accomplishes. Follow these steps at home to learn for yourself how to build basic websites, a skill you can build on as you further your studies.
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Guide Published: June 2011
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