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HTML and CSS: tags and rules

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Special Edition Using HTML 4 (4th ed.)
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HTML & XHTML: The Complete Reference
HTML Element Reference
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Web Design Group -- the site for HTML & CSS
* Authoritative HTML 4.0 and HTML 3.2 references.
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<font> Coding Pitfalls
Webpage font coding problems and solutions.
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Back to Basics: META Tags
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RichInStyle -- huge CSS Browser Bug Lists
This is "necessary reading" for using CSS's.
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Dan's Web Tips
* HTML Comments, E-mail Links and much more.
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