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It seems many people who havce written bad reviews for this book note that "...they do not work" however I did not have problems. you have to realize Goodman is an advocate of Netscape (but I won't hold that against him),so many examples are based on Netscape browsers. (But they also signify that "It won't work for IE). If you go to his website, he has working examples there for both browsers, so don't complain about examples not working...
VERDICT: Great book, and a must have for serious programmers designing production quality websites. NOT for beginners
2) Despite having a copywrite in 2001, I am pretty sure the original version was first written around 1995. It is a bit disconcerting when he acts like you must be really on top of things if you have an operating system more recent then Windows 3.1. The Windows 3.1 htm suffixes are also a bit disconcerting.
But more to the point, he spends an awful lot of time warning you that certain features aren't available until NN2 or IE2, and what to do to accomodate older browsers. Does anyone still write web pages accommodating NN1? The book needs a major rewrite to bring it up to date, not just piling new stuff on top of the old text.
Laboring through the tedious descriptions and antiquated techniques is not worth most peoples time.