HTML5 Mastery: Semantics, Standards, and Styling, Volume 76
Markup is synonymous with the development of the web, but most people only scratch the surface of its capabilities. Why settle for average HTML, when you can become an HTML5 master?
Web developers and designers who want to utilize new features of HTML5 to improve their existing skillsets.Table of Contents Getting Started: Transitioning to HTML5 Using the Right Tag for the Right Job Recognizing Semantics Form Mastery Video and Audio User Interaction CSS3 Looking Ahead
Appendix A: Associated APIs
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I've read "HTML5 Mastery: Semantics, Standards, and Styling" over the 2011/2012 XMas break and it's a truly well written book that will provide one a very sound knowledge on various elements of the HTML5 and CSS3 specifications.
Please be aware that it's not a book or tutorial for absolute beginners - in my opinion the target audience comprises of web development and web design practitioners who want to learn about concepts and the semantics of HTML5. The book covers a lot of the new or changed elements in HTML5, covers element categories, HTML5's content model as well as forms, multimedia and CSS3.