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User friendly and right to the point!,
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This review is from: HTML, XHTML, and CSS All-in-one Desk Reference For Dummies (Paperback)
As they say, good teachers are not the ones who know their stuff well, but the ones who can teach it right to others. If you're starting web design the right way, you need this book...it provides you with a solid starting point. I wouldn't say it's a professional level, but it simply equips you with the right instruments to start off.
Simple language, not much technical borrrrring stuff...a theory and its practice...that's how it goes. It's very informative and very brain-friendly...go ahead! Buy it!
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Initial post: 6 Mar 2009 14:54:04 GMT
Mr. David C. R. Hancock says:
It's interesting that this best-selling, terrible book has had only four reviews - each one crazily enthusiastic.
(I have a copy from the Library, and shall return it on my next visit.)
I don't know what is more annoying - the hubris of the Author ('You don't really need to know this stuff, but I like to show off sometimes. Humor me', or his jarring, folksy style. One to avoid I'm afraid.
The section on 'chmod' on page 75 is a hoot!
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