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Sure, we have the index down the left side of our pages, with categories and titles of sections and articles. but if you’re new to the site, and especially if you’re new to web development, those titles and categories might not help you too much as far as knowing what the various offerings we have actually are, where to start and where to find the things you need. That’s where this piece comes in. This is where we explain what the sections of the site are, and what their intended purposes are.
HTML Goodies intended purpose is to help new and growing website developers learn their trade, and to provide them with tips, guides and reference sets for their use as they become more accomplished. To that end, we have arranged the site into sections that range from a completely non-technical introduction to the concepts involved in developing websites all the way through to keyword references. The following is an overview of these various sections.
Introduction
Beginning at the beginning with an introduction is simply the polite thing to do! The very first section in our Index is therefore the INTRODUCTION section. In here you find, first of all, a convenient link back to the Home Page so that if you get lost, you can get home with one click! Then we tell you about HTML Goodies. This piece is a part of the “About” section and its purpose was stated above. Also in the “About section, you can find out the history of HTML Goodies, where it now fits among the members of its family of websites and you can find the most Frequently Asked Questions about the site and about the subjects it covers together, of course, with their answers!
There is also the Non-Technical Introduction. If you are brand new to the world of Web Development, and maybe even new to computers in general, then this is the place for you to start. It describes, in completely non-technical terms, the process you will go through to begin the creation of a website. It’s not about how to make the pages themselves, although there is some general background information that will help you when you do begin to make to create them, but about all the other things to consider before you begin.
There’s also a link to the newsletter archive, where you’ll find all the back issues of the Goodies To Go! newsletters. On every page in the site you see the newsletter sign-up box, over there on the right.. Goodies To Go! is the way to keep up with what’s going on in the world of the Web. Every issue is packed with news, tips, tricks and ideas. There’s even a little trivia for entertainment! To sign up, simply type in your email address and click the sign up button. That’s it! Goodies To Go! will soon be speeding its weekly way to your Inbox!
Primers
The next section you see in the index is the Primers section. The primers are a quick way to get you going with a language or skill you can use to develop web pages. The first of the primers in the HTML Primer. HTML is the base language from which web pages are made. You will need to understand basic HTML no matter which other languages you choose to use, so if you’re new to web page development, this is the first primer you’ll need. My second choice would be JavaScript. JavaScript is extremely useful when it comes to adding neat features to your pages. It is probably the most widely used web page language after HTML.
Other available primers include perl & cgi for those who wish to do some server side work (don’t worry if you don’t know what that means — it will become clear to you!); asp, which is a powerful server side language native to, and most commonly found on Microsoft Windows based servers; Ad Banners, which will introduce you to some of the graphics techniques you’ll need if you wish to include advertising (or other types of) banners and pictures on your pages; database – sql introduces the basic techniques for attaching a database to your site to provide dynamic content and interactivity, which sounds like a real mouthful but is really a relatively simple but exciting way to add power to your site.

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By Paul Comerford – See all my reviews
This review is from: Alex Ferguson My Autobiography (Hardcover)
I would have read this book in my own time, but the hyperbole and screaming headlines in the press, and reactions from those allegedly disrespected, prompted me to buy and read it quickly. After all, the single star reviews on Amazon were prolific and, if accurate, showed two surprising facts: 1) Sir Alex had betrayed the club; 2) there had been a sudden increase in the literary critique ability of the fans of other clubs. So I read it in three days – I had to as I could not put it down.

Sir Alex always maintained this was a book for the fans; fans who had remained steadfast with United and were owed an explanation of the gaps remaining in the journey of the last 26 years. And I found this was so. It is written in such a way as to be conversational, not great literary prose, but solid, honest words which every United fan would understand. He deals with his own errors of judgement and his drive to maintain a high standard, recognising early on that no man was greater than the club.

This is a book of Sir Alex’s personal view of his time in charge and he lays everything out for a reader to digest. His dealings with Keane, Beckham, van Nistlerooy and his comments about Gerrard, Chelsea, Liverpool and all the rest from the headlines were not as reported. Even Wayne Rooney would find more praise than he may deserve – though he remains on the brink of becoming one of The Manchester United Greats, should he chose to [I hope he does]. I found the comments full, sound and robust, but not unfair. This is not a book about training methods and the technicalities of the game, though there are enough references as to tactics of particular games, or years, but a filling in of the gaps left unanswered from the last couple of decades.

If you are a Manchester United fan read it as a personal gift of information to you. If you are not, but love football, this will give you an insight to how the Premiership works, and how managers and players react to the demands. If you are not a fan, at least read the book with an open mind before dishing out a single star.

There is no ending to this book; just an open road to a new era by a man Fergie knows will succeed. Sir Alex has earned his place as the greatest manager through hard work and a resilience seldom seen. I have to give this book five stars as it gave me a great deal of pleasure. And, yes, I am a United fan (since 1967).


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