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Good for beginners, with plenty of handy hints
on 27 December 2013
As with all the "... For Dummies" series, the name doesn't quite do the book justice. Although seemingly aimed at those with little-to-no experience with HTML and other codes, a simplistic introduction allows in-depth exploration of ideas. Being written with and aimed at the latest versions of the principle codes, this book also offers an easy "update" to anyone used to coding with earlier versions of the languages. With the prolific advent of "WYSIWYG" web-editors, it's easy to forget just what goes on behind the scenes - and often the only way to iron out niggling problems, is to know what really is going on behind the scenes. Not for bed-time reading, but definitely worth an hour or two building a few simple pages, and exploring your knowledge of web coding.