Wednesday, August 10, 2011


(You only have to go through the highlighted part - that's my stragedy of learning through this wikibook. I've not highlighted anything in this intro 3, because there is nothing to it in intro 3.)

About this book

This book is written as a tutorial, in the sense that all key concepts are explained. As such, it also contains exercises that are clearly marked as such at the end of a page or chapter. Answers for these exercises are also included.
The book can also be used as a reference. For this purpose, all keywords are mentioned and described.


This book assumes that you have a background in programming. We also assume that you have a good knowledge and some experience in the development of webpages. This book will not explain to you what a webpage is, what HTML tags look like, or what their function is. If you want to learn HTML, please consult the book on HyperText Markup Language.

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