This six-page illustrated tutorial guide to HTML, the “markup language” used for creating Web pages, is NOT three-hole punched, since you’ll probably be keeping it in your desk drawer or right on the your desktop. This one guide is more helpful than some entire BOOKS on HTML I have seen — I kid you not! Contents include basic terminology, page options, what constitutes a minimal HTML document, forms, tags, character formatting, lists, tables, links, frames, meta tags, how to include images, client-side image maps, sound, animation, and more! Detailed, illustrated explanations and examples take you all the way from “What is HTML?” to snazzy tricks for keeping visitors on your site and transitioning between pages. Very cool; practically a course in itself.