HTML A Beginner's Guide Paperback – 1 Jul 2009
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From the Back Cover
Essential Skills Made Easy!
Designed for Easy Learning:
-Modules Each concept is divided into logically organized modules (chapters), ideal for self-paced learning
-Critical Skills Each module opens with the specific skills covered in the module
-Mastery Checks End-of-module reviews test knowledge using short-answer, multiple-choice, and fill-in-the-blank questions
-Ask the Experts Q&A sections throughout are filled with bonus information and helpful tips
-Progress Checks Quick self-assessment sections check your progress
-Projects Practical exercises show how to apply the critical skills learned in each module
-Annotated Syntax Example code annotated with commentary describes the programming techniques being illustrated --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Wendy Willard is a freelance designer, consultant, writer, and educator who’s been involved in Web design and development for more than 10 years. She is the author of the previous editions of this book.
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I would suggest checking out the About.com web site and looking up under the HTML section the top ten HTML beginner books and make a selction from there and avoid this book altogether.
The HTML and CSS it teaches you are easy to understand, and easy to use. it is meant to be a Beginner's Guide.
You can create solid, simple websites using this book.
This version relies on CSS, rather than (font) tags and other depreciated elements, more than the previous editions. This is to keep web pages made with this book up to W3C standards. I built my first website using the first edition of this book from a local library, and now I will have to use the Forth Edition (the book being reviewed) and another book (Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML) to bring it up to CSS standards.
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