Monday, July 27, 2009

Free 'Basic Html' e-book for bloggers

Basic HTML: An Introduction to HTML for Bloggers, written by Kevin Muldoon for Blogging Tips newsletter members (membership is free), is a 63 page e-book spanning 11 chapters, available for a free download by anyone who joins their Blogging Tips newsletter.

This very basic primer is written for readers with no prior knowledge of HTML, who want more control over how their blog posts are shown and to help them quickly identify basic coding errors on their blogs.  A Cheat Sheet can be downloaded too.  The author lives in Scotland, so this is written in UK English.  The short book is very nicely done and the price is right. :-)  For beginners. Below are ways to Share this post if you'd like others to see it.
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