HTML5 and CSS3, Illustrated Complete

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Cengage Learning, Jul 27, 2012 - Computers - 432 pages
Equip your students with HTML5 and CSS3 skills using this practical, user-friendly book by the Illustrated Series. Designed to meet the needs of users from a broad range of experience levels, this book provides the nuts-and-bolts for beginners and allows more experienced users to brush up on the basics and quickly move on to more advanced topics. Each two-page spread focuses on a single skill, making information easy to follow and absorb, which is especially important with a complex topic such as HTML5.
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The instructions for HTML5 and CSS3 were difficult to understand at first, and sometimes the instructions were incredibly vague, so I was thankful to have an instructor to help with those.
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, once it got to javascript it got to be nearly impossible to understand. Vague hints and omitted instructions were so frustrating I took a break from class to come write this review.
(Hint: to make it easier to understand, don't introduce new principles in the Independent Challenges. My job isn't to blindly guess how to write in a language I've never seen before.)
 

Contents

Getting Started with CSS
B-19
Formatting Text with CSS
C-24
Inserting and Working with Links
C-50
Inserting and Working with Images
E-27
Organizing Content with Lists and Tables
E-55
Implementing Page Layout with HTML and CSS
E-83
Applying Advanced CSS Styling
E-107
Creating and Processing Web Forms
I-24
Integrating Social Media Tools
L-24
Optimizing Your Web Site for Search Engines
M-23
Adapting Your Web Site for Mobile Devices
N-22
Testing and Finalizing Your Web Site
O-26
HTML Elements
P-22
CSS Properties
P-26
Glossary
P-30
Index
P-36

Incorporating Video and Audio
J-27
Programming Web Pages with JavaScript
K-24

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About the author (2012)

Mr. Sasha Vodnik is a web developer, author and instructor. He enjoys the challenge of remaining on top of the fast-changing landscape of the modern web and welcomes the opportunity to explain how to write clean, powerful code in languages, such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and XML.

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