Building Web sites and Web pages requires many coding tags and step-by-step procedures. The most frequently used ones get committed to memory quickly. But many more are needed just infrequently enough that few Web designers remember them. With its quick-to-find layout and design, this text aims to jog their memory and keep them working without tedious delays. The book assumes the buyer already has a knowledge of the Internet and is already desgning or starting to design Web sites. Each chapter includes tables for all Web-site-pertinent commands, structures, and references for each major Internet tool: HTML, UNIX, CGI Perl, C, shell scripts, Java, VRML, processing Web graphics, and other essential Web tasks.