One of the best things about the Web is that it truly is World Wide: Wherever you live, from Aruba to Zambia, the Web eagerly awaits your company. The same goes for whatever kind of computer you're using to design your Web site. From an early model Windows PC to the latest and greatest Mac, the tactics, tools, and tricks described in this book can be implemented with pretty much whatever kind of computer you might have. (Of course, there are a few programs that favor one operating system over another, and you'll hear about those differences whenever they come up.) The good news is that this book is usable and suitable for owners of computers of all stripes .
On occasion, you'll see a keyboard shortcut mentioned to help you perform a quick maneuver like saving or printing a document. When these occur, you'll see the Windows keystroke listed first (with + symbols, as is customary in Windows documentation); the Macintosh keystroke follows in parentheses (with -symbols, in time-honored Mac fashion). In other words, you might read, "The keyboard shortcut for saving a file is Ctrl+S ( -S)."