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    Html Black Book Steven Holzner

    HTML Black Book is the most complete HTML books you will find. With more than examples, this unique book covers HTML 4 from basic. Covers HTML essentials, then expands into text, images, rules, links, lists, tables, frames, and adding multimedia to Web pages. It discusses XML, dynamic. Bestselling computer book author Steven Holzner covers HTML programming thoroughly--from the essentials to issues of security, from XML to CGI.

    It is the most popular language for the creation of web pages that constitute websites. It covers HTML tags in great detail, including even a few tags that are browser specific, which are tags that are supported only in particular browsers. The book has more than examples, a minimum of one for each topic covered. Other books by the author are PHP: The Complete Reference, Visual Basic. NET Programming: He completed his Ph. D from Cornell University and his undergraduate degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he also taught later. Holzner has to date written several books for the Coriolis Group. Books written by him have been bestsellers and have also been translated into 15 languages. Holzner has also taught in Cornell University for about 10 years. Certified downloader , Dehradun.

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    Ltd Genre: Rate Product. I was thirsty of knowledge I wanted to know the deepest secret hidden under the codes in HTML I was wandering here and there trying to find one such source, such package that would give me all the answers I needed I tried w3schools I tried Complete Reference I tried so many things I can't even remember clearly Then one day I was here on this page Worse, is where the book almost gets it right; For example the book advocates writing test scripts with module distributions - a good thing - but then seems to suggest you use the script to print out output which you then check by eye rather than using Test.

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    Such an approach is likely to cause confusion with Test::Harness and make a beginner programmer wonder what they've done wrong when their module fails to pass it's tests. More worrying are things that effect the security aspects of some of the advice.

    The section on CGI programming demonstrates serious security flaws. Environment variables are echoed unprotected to output of webpages enabling cross-site scripting attacks allowing malicious people to commender such pages and use them to redirect traffic to their site and worse.

    File based databases are not locked so multiple people accessing the website can cause writes to occur at the same time corrupting the data. Tainting is not covered. At least the code uses CGI.

    One of the reasons the book may be so brief on such critical areas is that the book does cover an extraordinary range of topics. The included material on Tk is a more than reasonable primer on GUI programming in Perl a section missed by many other books.

    In conclusion the question is: Would I recommend this book to someone learning Perl? Tough call.

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