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For the academic year 2000/01, I will be teaching a Web Page Creation course at a local junior college. This web site contains --
The course I will be teaching only lasts a single weekend, but through this Web site -- which will remain on-line long after the course is over -- I hope my students will continue to learn from these resources. Unless noted otherwise, all page numbers refer to the textbook used in the class HTML for the World Wide Web, by Elizabeth Castro.
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