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My First Website

By Regina Stevens
Posted Friday, November 26, 2004

Have you ever wanted to build your own website or to maintain one that someone else built for you? I have written a 30-page e-book just for this purpose. The e-book is written for the absolute beginner (Windows 98 and above). In the e-book, I have explained some of the HTML code as well as given you the exact code to start building your website. Along with the code, I have also supplied the images and sources for you to continue your quest in learning HTML.

The 2-page website lesson is set up with a scenario of selling four items by phone and fax, which includes instructions on how to link to each page and an email link.

This book is essential for the beginner who wants to take it slow and learn HTML at his or her own pace.

In the near future, I will be writing an e-book on how to learn XHTML the easy way.

About the Author
Regina Stevens is the owner of ( and the author of the new e-book, My First Website! Learn HTML the quick and easy way.


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