HTML Manual of Style: A Clear, Concise Reference for Hypertext Markup Language (including HTML5)

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Pearson Education, Oct 21, 2010 - Computers - 304 pages

THE CLASSIC WEB AUTHORING GUIDE, NOW 100% UPDATED AND BETTER THAN EVER!

If it’s for the Web, this book will help you create it…faster, smarter, better! Don’t settle for canned templates or boilerplate designs! Take control, with the classic guide to HTML web authoring…now completely revised for the latest techniques and shortcuts, including HTML5!

Build it right…

  • Well-planned and well-organized
  • Easy to navigate
  • Fun to read, view, and use
  • Search engine-friendly and findable
  • Reliable and consistent
  • Easy to update and maintain
  • Compatible with any browser

Build it all…

  • Websites and pages
  • Wiki articles
  • Web services and ecommerce
  • eBay pages
  • Blog posts
  • HTML email
  • And much more!

Contains quick reference guides to HTML elements and CSS properties–including the newest HTML5 and CSS3 improvements!

 

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Contents

HTML and the
The HTML Language
Elements of Style
Using HTML
A HTML5 Quick Reference
B CSS Properties
Index
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Larry Aronson is a systems engineer who helps people and computers understand each other better and work together more productively. He designs, builds, and maintains websites, and consults with individuals and small businesses. Aronson wrote the original HTML Manual of Style, one of the first bestselling HTML books. He cochaired the New York Macintosh Users’ Group’s Internet SIG in the ’80s, cofounded the World Wide Web Artists’ Consortium in the ’90s, and is a founding member of the Social Media Club.

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