Developing with Web Standards
A companion to Jeffrey Zeldman's Designing with Web Standards, this book approaches standards from a more tactical and instructional point of view. Today's web designers and developers need to update their skills and knowledge and get away from out-of-date table and font-based approaches. In Developing with Web Standards, they will learn current best practices in standards-based development. The topics covered are based on the author's extensive experience from the professional development trenches and will give readers a thorough grounding in contemporary web development technologies and techniques with a focus on relevant emerging aspects of HTML, CSS, and other web standards.
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This was probably the most valuable web design book I've ever read. It was a great refresher on semantic HTML & CSS layouts, and I learned an immense amount about HTML5 and progressive enhancement ... Read full review
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