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Bulletproof Web Design: Improving flexibility and protecting against worst-case scenarios with HTML5 and CSS3 (3rd Edition) (Voices That Matter) 3rd Edition
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I was especially looking forward to the final chapter and it turned out to be a big disappointment. Just when you want to put it all together he seems to skim through the project. It also seems to be incomplete. He goes ahead and styles his Bagel page nicely leaving the reader without assets, incomplete styling examples with no downloads at all?
If you are looking to learn Responsive Web Design and are familiar with CSS go I'd find a more complete book on the subject. If you are learning CSS just pick up the previous edition for cheap.
I'd give the 2nd edition x4 stars and the 3rd edition x2 just because of the last chapter.
I really appreciated the logical sequence the author used to lay out the problem scenarios with clear concise examples. They were very matter of fact and easy to understand. Most of the problem web sites were initially designed with table-based layouts. They were then redesigned using DIV tags, a few new HTML5 and CSS3 features to control the layout and flexible design of the new web site. There were quite a few tips and tricks throughout the book. I was happy to learn those new techniques and will be sure to use them in the future. I was really looking forward to learning about responsive web design through the use of media queries, but I was disappointed when this book did not go into much depth on this topic and only illustrated one small example. I feel I will need to review many of the new HTML5 and CSS3 features in depth, along with media queries to learn them on my own.
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Structured more to menu development using css. Not a bad thing, but I was expecting more with respect to page layout and design. Handy reference when needed.Published 11 months ago by Tim Morrow
Its simple. So simple. Like paint by numbers simple. If you can't figure this out with this book, you're in the wrong industry.Published 18 months ago by Noah R. Hebert
This book is worth double it's weight in gold! It provides a comprehensive, easy to read guide to making your website " Bullet Proof ". Read morePublished on March 17, 2014 by Alex
This was an excellent book! I learned a lot from Dan's teachings within this book and among other books from Dan. Read morePublished on February 16, 2014 by Lorenzo Morales
Dan describes each of his bulletproof designs in great detail and gives you real world examples of existing (at the time of publication) websites and how they could be designed... Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Ryan Boudreaux
What is bulletproof web design? The answer, of course, is separating structure from style. What does that mean? Well, that's the point of this book. Read morePublished on July 11, 2013 by Victor
I found this book very easy to read and understand. Sometimes technical books can get too technical and overly complicated. Read morePublished on June 26, 2013 by G. hallwachs