HTML Basics covers how to format pages and text, creating links including e-mail links, inserting and aligning graphics, structuring basic navigation systems, and changing page and link colors (body tag).
The Layout and Navigation section includes table structures, creating navigation bars, adding subsections with menu links and pages, how to create embedded tables (tables within tables) and linking using frames.
META tags, form creation, style sheets and how to upload your new site to a web server are covered in the Interactivity section.
Pages 141-152 make up the Advanced Layout section. Included are how to implement background graphics, utilize spacer gifs, and working with page margins.
To summarize, this book is designed for the web beginner. Each section shows (155 screenshots!) examples and includes practice and quizzes. Each section has downloadable source code which can be modified. I recommend this book for any beginner wanting to gain a solid foundation in HTML development.