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Too little and out of date 25 septembre 1999
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Format: Broché
The author begins the book by stating "most of it has been written over the last six weeks". Well, Steve, it shows! The book is a glossy overview of the basic features, but is neither thorough nor deep. Pages of HTML code examples do nothing more than state what function is happening here - good luck to a novice that actually has to do something in HTML.
The book is based on HTML Help version 1.1, and I wish I had counted how many times it said such-and-such doesn't work yet, but it will in version 1.2 due out in 1998. Well it's the fall of 1999 now, and I downloaded version 1.22 from the Microslop site only to discover most of the book's examples won't work with it.
I bought this book because I wanted to begin an HTML Help project at my company. After studying the book and examples, I have revised my plans to avoid HTML Help altogether.
17 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Basic 3 octobre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Gives basic information on how to create an HTML project, and on the functionality of HTML help. It is sponsored by Microsoft, and it shows. Nowhere does it cover the issues, bugs and shortcomings of HTML-help, or possible workarounds.
However, the book does cover all the basic information you need to develop an HTML-Help project and is a must-have for anyone developing in this media; if only because it is the only book on this topic. For basic info, it is good. For real insider tips, you have to look elsewhere or struggle alone.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
One Of The Worst Technical Books Ever... 9 janvier 2002
Par Gary L. Fletcher Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is written in a point-and-click, monkey-see monkey-do format. If you follow the steps EXACTLY you will end up with (usually) a working help file with no explanation for what you have been doing. The author even tells you that some of his code "won't run in this version but will in the next" - and most don't. Half of the things I want to know (TOCs, FullText indexes, WhatsThisHelp for VB, etc.) do not have adequate (if any) coverage. It is too bad that the minimum rating is 1 star because I don't even want to give it that. If you are looking for a moron's guide to ineffectual help systems - this is the book for you! Everyone else - save your money for a DECENT tech reference that is worth reading...
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Specific Topic--Specific Info. 16 avril 1999
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Format: Broché
The book has a very specific topic (HTML Help Authoring), which basically means buy the book if you are creating an HTML help file (or if you want to weigh HTML Help versus Win Help for an application).
The only problems with the book are actually the same problems with Microsoft's HTML Help Workshop Version 1.1 program. (i.e. Doing certain things kills the program without any clear reason why). One would think Microsoft will probably improve these flaws in later versions of the program. Also, it is a lot cheaper to buy this book and work around the flaws than it is to buy a third party product that does the same thing.
Also, the HTML Help Workshop program on the CD is also found on the Visual Studio disk (The HHW.exe program).
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A good book to gain an overall understanding of HTML Help. 29 septembre 1999
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Format: Broché
I found this book helpful in the sense that it gave me some overall understanding of what can be achieved with HTML Help. As is often the case, this book did not go far enough in providing detailed descriptions of what is possible with the "cutting edge" of HTML Help systems. The long pages of HTML were tedious to read and should have excluded from the printed publication, yet included on the CD-ROM. Regardless, I found the book helpful, well written and worth the purchase price. I know that authoring is not an easy occupation, however I would like to see an advanced book on this same topic from Steve Wexler.
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