Web Design in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference
Web Design in a Nutshell contains the nitty-gritty on everything you need to know to design Web pages. It's the good stuff, without the fluff, written and organized so that answers can be found quickly. Written by veteran Web designer Jennifer Niederst, this book provides quick access to the wide range of front-end technologies and techniques from which Web designers and authors must draw.
It is an excellent reference for HTML 4.0 tags (including tables, frames, and Cascading Style Sheets) with special attention given to browser support and platform idiosyncrasies. The HTML section is more than a reference work, though. It details strange behavior in tables, for instance, and gives ideas and workarounds for using tables and frames on your site. Web Design in a Nutshell also covers multimedia and interactivity, audio and video, and emerging technologies like Dynamic HTML, XML, embedded fonts, and internationalization.
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Review: Web Design in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick ReferenceUser Review - Jason - Goodreads
The 1998 version of this book pinpoints the exact start of what has become a long and amazing career for me. I will be forever grateful to its authors. Read full review
Review: Web Design in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick ReferenceUser Review - Rahmat Romadon - Goodreads
This book is very helpful for introduction in study and learning web design for beginner like me. It's very simple and easy to understand. Generally applicable and to-the-point explanation, but not in ... Read full review
Chapter 1Designing for a Variety of Browsers
Chapter 2Designing for a Variety of Displays
Chapter 3Web Design Principles
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