Foreword by Bob DuCharme

A key to the success of the World Wide Web has always been the ease with which just about anyone can create a web page and put it where everyone can see it. As people create sets of interlinked pages, their web sites become more useful to a wider audience, and stories of web millionaires inspire these web developers to plan greater things.

Many find, though, that as their web sites get larger, they have growing pains. Revised links lead to nowhere, pages look different in different browsers, and it becomes more difficult to keep track of what’s where, especially when trying to apply changes consistently throughout the site. This is when many who built their own web site call in professional help, but now with Refactoring ...

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