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One thing I noticed though, the screen shots are terribly low resolution. Something must have gone wrong at the printers because all the screen shots - and there is one on every page - are grainy.
So, paper quality A+, content A+, screenshot resolution D-.
I wonder if I can send it back to Apress and get a correctly printed copy :(
For instance there are sections on indenting text, or using an offset, collapsing borders on a table... This book is not for a PRO. If you are a PRO then you learned this stuff in your first year.
If you are brand new to web development then this book will help you, if not for the basics but also the positioning section. That is why I didn't give this book a 1 star.
If you know what your doing, or you are looking for a good book on HTML5 or CSS3 then this is NOT the book for you. The title uses those words to suck people into buying the book, buzzword bingo. Disappointed in Apress for this one.
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Over the years I've used many HTMLx and CSSx books and if I had to rate them overall I would give them 3 stars. Read morePublished on January 28, 2014 by 8888JoeG
Images in this book are enlarged unproportionally and too many bold text. I can't even see it clearly. It is very difficult to read.Published on March 5, 2012 by Nizzy