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Not for newbies but not too hard,
This review is from: HTML Manual of Style: A Clear, Concise Reference for Hypertext Markup Language (including HTML5), Fourth Edition (4th Edition) (Paperback)
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I have found myself turning to this book again and again. It covers HTML and CSS, and not only explains what each is, but for things, such as input forms, will give code, give an example, and then give a picture of what that example will look like.
It also covers things like blogsites, ebay, wikipedia and even HTML in googledocs. It explains the difference between HTML and HTML5, and easily introduces the new markups.
It's not a sexy book, that's for sure, but if you build a website, if you have a blog you want to customize, including input forms, tables and the like, this is a fantastic resource and a great confidence boost. I honestly am not a designer, just a dabbler, but this book has helped me grow a lot. There's still a ton of information I haven't tackled yet, so it's one to grow with.