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Learn HTML and CSS with W3Schools Paperback – 28 May 2010
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From the Back Cover
There′s no faster, easier way to learn HTML and CSS
If you want to start creating Web pages right away, there′s no better way to get started than by learning HTML and CSS. w3schools has perfected a straightforward tutorial approach that gives you what you need to know in manageable lessons, liberally supported with examples. You′ll find that tried–and–true format in this book, along with a detailed reference section that you will use again and again.
You will learn:
Basics of HTML tags and how to get started
How to format text
HTML links, lists, tables, styles, and images
Layout, frames, and fonts
The advantages of HTML 4.0
HTML CSS styles
Meta elements, URLs, scripts, and attributes
Learn HTML the quick and easy way, from the experts at w3schools
Create Web pages
Add tables & lists
Format with CSS
About the Author
w3schools is a leading Web destination for learning key Web technologies online. Founded in 1999, it receives more than 10 million unique visitors each month. w3schools tutorials are required reading in more than 100 high schools and universities.
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"HTML Formatting Tags
HTML uses tags like (b tag - removed by Amazon editor) and (i tag) to modify the appearance of text, like bold or italic. These HTML tags are called formatting tags. Refer to the end of this chapter for a complete reference."
The complete reference at the end of the chapter is simply a URL to W3schools website. Pardon me for being completely underwhelmed.
Bought to teach my 9 year old son programming (although HTML & CSS is not programming it's a helpful introduction!) he can read it himself, and remind him of correct syntac of what he has already learnt.
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It is hard to express how disappointed I am in this book. It is a slender volume, and despite its title, I was hard pressed to find much useful information about css. Read morePublished on 10 Nov. 2012 by Mr. C. J. Newman
The book stinks! There is 1 chapter on CSS and at the end of that they suggest that you buy their learn CSS book. Read morePublished on 27 Aug. 2012 by Anthony Webb
Excellent book full of examples and practice material.Very clear explanations of what to do and advice on what not to do. Read morePublished on 18 Oct. 2011 by Barcud