You need to get a website up, now. It needs to look professional, but you don't have the time to hire and wait for professionals. HTML isn't that hard, right? So why are all the books on it five hundred or more pages long? Can we just do this thing?
No-Nonsense HTML and CSS helps people just do it. It cuts through the huge stack of parts to focus tightly on fewer than 50 components you need to build an attractive website. Those key components will help you create the site you need, streamline your work, and build a solid foundation for future development.
Ben Henick has been building Web sites since September 1995, when he took on his first Web project as an academic volunteer. He has worked in nearly every aspect of site design and development, from foundation HTML through finicky CSS to larger scale architecture and content management. He has written for A List Apart, the Web Standards Project, and most recently for Opera Software's Web Standards Curriculum.