I think husker was looking for a doc that resembled a reference more than a tutorial like the CGI.pm POD. That is, something along the lines of an alphabetical list of all the functions with a list of the named parameters that each function explicitly handles. However, since so much of using CGI.pm is in the art of nesting functions and using HTML tags that are parsed untouched into the HTML, this doesn't really get you too far. AFAIK, such a document doesn't exist anyhow. You're best bet is just to read the POD through and through and have an HTML reference handy.
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