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You don't have to be an expert programmer to build great Web pages. If you can follow driving directions to a friend's house, you have what it takes to build a useful Web document. This book will not only show you the design and technical elements you need to create good-looking, readable Web pages — it will give you the confidence to get started!
Speak the language — master HTML, XHTML, and CSS syntax, create and view a Web page, and plan your site
Gather the building blocks — learn how to work with text and lists, create and customize links, and add images to your Web site
Build it correctly — take precise control with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and get creative with colors and fonts
Go mobile — design your site for optimal viewing on mobile devices with HTML and CSS
Out with the old, in with the new — find out what elements are deprecated and look ahead to HTML5 and CSS3
Open the book and find:
How to plan, build, test, and publish Web pages
Steps for formatting Web pages with (X)HTML
Advice on planning a problem-free Web site
Ways to embed content from Flickr, Twitter, YouTube, and Google Maps
Tips for enhancing your Web site's capabilities
How to design for smartphones, iPads, and other mobile devices
Techniques for eliminating bugs in your Web pages
Develop and build Web pages using HTML, XHTML, and CSS
Work with content management systems like Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla!
Plan and design Web pages with mobile devices in mind
doesn't really teach you anything worthwhile... just kind of explains generally what CSS, XHTML, and HTML are. Not enough contemporary examples of how to use it to create websites.Published 3 months ago by leead
The book is very easy to read and covers all aspects of HTML.Published 3 months ago by LaQuenza J. Morgan
I brought what was described to me as an old used library book and I was pleasantly surprised that this book barely looks like it's ever been touched. It's very informative. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tiara Grier
The book was as advertised, but I don't like it very much as an html textbook. Not the fault of the seller, however.Published 9 months ago by Eric LeConte
I purchased this book to familiarize myself with basic XHTML, but the amount of space dedicated to it is negligible. Read morePublished 10 months ago by -LT-
HTML, XHTML and CSS For Dummies is sometimes understandable and mostly not so understandable. I tell you what. It's a bad idea to buy the book if you are going to work from it. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mr. Math Expert
Although this is a good book it uses it's website heavily to show demos and source code not in the book. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Wesley Hegenderfer