Build a website with the core programming languages: HTML and CSS
HTML and CSS are the two core programming languages that you need to know in order to build web pages, and this beginner book introduces you to both. Providing step-by-step guidance on best practices and techniques, this practical reference walks you through the latest versions of HTML and CSS to develop unique, modern websites for today's multiple devices and platforms. Covering everything from structuring documents for the web and fine-tuning your text to linking to other web pages or e-mail addresses and using images, audio, video, and tablesthis book covers it all.
Beginning HTML and CSS:
Covers different versions of HTML and CSS, including the latest: HTML5 and CSS3
Addresses animations and transitions with CSS3
Explores the jQuery library as well as creating, adding, and manipulating elements with jQuery
Looks at page layout and design, in particular topics such as positioning, forms, and custom fonts
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Beginning HTML and CSS
Wiley / Wrox
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Rob Larsen has spent 13 years building web sites and applications for some of the world's biggest brands. He applied that experience to teaching a broad audience in Beginning HTML and CSS.