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    Senior Member ubunreal's Avatar
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    i ihave a really handy book i found in the shop (the book is called: 'HTML programmers reference'). it has a detailed description of every HTML tad (ant attributes) as well as exactly which browsers support certain attributes and tags.

    publisher (i think): osborne (http://www.osborne.com/)

    hope this can help someone

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    http://www.w3schools.com is very good as well.
    I am non-committal, feigning blasť.

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    Senior Member Kings's Avatar
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    http://web.oreilly.com/ is quite good as well
    K i n g s

    Several handy ASP Resources:
    4guysfromrolla | aspin | ASP101 | AspIt | learnasp

    Several handy ASP.NET resources:
    ASP.NET | .NET Experts | O'Reilly .NET | AspIt | 4guysfromrolla

    Several paid ASP/ASP.NET webhosts:
    Brinkster | Maximum ASP | Clicktech | Nodehosting | Uplinkearth | Webhost4life

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    I like DW's inclusion of the OReilley refs personally.
    meh.


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