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My roomate bought it and the second I started turning the pages I actually told my students to get a copy for class. I got one for myself and even though I have 8 flaming years of experience in web design (note the sarcasm please) I really found every single bit of information extremely valuable.
Elizabeth restructured the way I work in the web and the I-already-know-everything guy recieved his lesson as in the old days.
Simply get a copy. I can't say much more.
7. To add the final parentheses, type ")".
That's nothing. Unnecessary details and wordiness like this abound in this book. It is definitely clear enough, but it borders on sounding like it's written for the mentally challenged at times. Personally I would prefer well written paragraphs integrating any info from the "tips" sections, and to do away with the verbose steps, which probably take up half of the book's content.
To make matters worse, the format of the book, like all the Peachpit Quickstart books, breaks the page into two columns, one for text and the other for pictures. This is just poor typography in my opinion, with an average of 6-7 words / line, and it makes actually trying to read what is written very irritating, and it will try your patience. Maybe it's just me, but I really don't like the format of this book at all.
Now, for the actual content of the book. It advocates some things I find questionable in this day and age.Read more ›
I suspect the author was handicapped by the publishing style used in the "Visual Quickstart Guide" titles. That style divides each page into two columns. The outside column is used for the main explanatory text, while the gutter column displays examples--typically screen captures and/or code snippets--that illustrate the concepts discussed in the accompanying text. When I first encountered this format in one of their books on XML, I rather liked it, but the enchantment quickly faded. Structuring content such that each topic should fit in the limited space of a single column on a page just doesn't work for me.Read more ›
This was the first edition with full-color images, which proved immensly helpful when identifying code of note and their contex. Instruction is well spoken and laid out. Castro has a mellow, consistent, and clearly knowledgeable voice. While I did not make use of her paired [...] website referenced in the text, it is up as of the March 2014 date of this review and it is nice to know it is there if a topic is really stumping me.
There were a few small coding and copy errors and HTML 5 is the language of today, but this book covers what is still the essence of the internet and site building, and is an classic text in the developer's library. If you're a self-learner and can handle the tedious nature of writing code for the world wide web, pick this up and read at your own pace.
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This is an excellent tutorial for Web programming and development. Had refereed to it a lot.Published 4 months ago by Dennis Mickey
Maybe I got this book late, but they shouldn't be selling this
book for anything over a $1 because the information it
contains is sooooo outdated. Read more