HTML5 and CSS3 All-In-One for Dummies

HTML5 and CSS3 All-In-One for Dummies A New Edition Of A Bestseller Covers The Latest Advances In Web Development HTML And CSS Are Essential Tools For Creating Dynamic Websites And Boast Updates And Enhanced Features That Can Make Your Websites Even Effective And Unique This Friendly, All In One Guide Covers Everything You Need To Know About Each Of These Technologies And Their Latest Versions So That You Can Use Them Together Building On The Bestselling Formats Of The First Two Editions, This New Edition Teaches You The Fundamentals Of HTML And CSS, And Then Presents Ways For Using Them With JavaScript, MySQL, And Ajax To Create Websites That WorkCovers Using JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, And Ajax In The Context Of Programming Dynamic Web Pages With CSS And HTML Includes Self Contained Minibooks That Review HTML, CSS, Design And Layout, Client Side JavaScript, Ajax And Server Side, And Putting It All Together Examines New Web Development Advancements Including New Technologies And Changes To The Standards Features A Website That Contains Supporting Materials Including Code And Several Valuable Programs That Are Useful For Web Development HTML And CSS All In One For Dummies, Rd Edition Serves As The Perfect Reference For Both Web Development Beginners And Seasoned Professionals Looking To Learn About How To Get The Most Out Of The Powerful Combination Of HTML And CSS

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[KINDLE] ✾ HTML5 and CSS3 All-In-One for Dummies  By Andy Harris –
  • Paperback
  • 1070 pages
  • HTML5 and CSS3 All-In-One for Dummies
  • Andy Harris
  • English
  • 20 July 2019
  • 9781118289389

10 thoughts on “HTML5 and CSS3 All-In-One for Dummies

  1. says:

    Use the Internet26 February 2017 Well, I reckon it took me almost two years to actually get through this monstrosity and I don t think I know any about web programming than I did when I started Well, okay, that s a lie, I know quite a lot , especially since when I started I claimed that being able to use the HTML tags in Goodreads counted as having a basic understanding of web programming It turns out not to be the case, and in fact the HTML tags that Goodreads uses are woefully out to date In fact the amount of HTML that you can use on your posts is minimal though it is somewhat than some other sites that I have visited The question that I raise though is whether this book is actually useful The problem with the development of software is that it is always on the move you may discover that a version that he uses in the book is no longer available this was what happened when I tried to play around with MySQL and with AJAX his versions are out of date which means that if you try to type his programs out then they don t actually work Mind you, I ended up getting MySQL to eventually work and even through together a basic PHP website though it is pretty basic Interestingly ,I have noticed that there are a number of people claiming that if we go and learn the latest programming languages we can all go off and make heaps of money Some dude on Youtube made this claim with PHP and reckons that he even dropped out of university while I get all of these spam emails trying to get me to part with my money so that I can learn Python or Agile The catch is that even though you may know how to program those languages, it doesn t necessarily mean that you are suddenly going to make lots of money if a stranger walked in off the road and made a claim that they were this hot shot computer programmer and had absolutely no references whatsoever, would you hire him The thing with making your way in this world is to be able to sell yourself, and to get practical experience This is where I believe this book falls down Sure, he has lots and lots of examples, but that is basically where it ends Sure, it may work as a reference book but the problem is that pretty much everything is available on line these days Further, while one may be able to show you how to do something that doesn t necessarily make you a programmer to be a good programmer you need to be able to solve problems, to be able to work on projects, and to be able to work as a part of a team That last one is important because while one could program alone you can tell be age since I still use the term programmer, which is an Eighties term , the scale of some of the programs out there, and the needs of businesses these days, generally means that the small scale projects are few and far between everybody has a website these days, and if they don t Wordpress and others are just a click away The other thing is that there are so many websites out there that offer tutorials that I am wondering whether actually purchasing this book was actually worth it In fact, it has now been put back into my garage where I store stuff that I don t need ready access to and I doubt I am going to be pulling it out again The thing is that there are videos on Youtube, and the aforementioned tutorial sites such as CodeAcademy and W3Schools among others The other thing that I think this book lacked, which would have been something that would have gone a long way to actually helping me at least to learn, is the lack of exercises to do and problems to solve Reading about something is all well and good, but the best way to learn is to actually get out there and do it.

  2. says:

    This book was a bit rudimentary for me as someone already familiar with html and css, albeit needing an update of changes since the days of frames and tables for layout I was probably a decade out of date That said, it was easy to skim and read in depth the bits that were novel Probably good for an absolute beginner.

  3. says:

    I read this for a Grad School class I read the sections on HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript The sections on HTML5 and CSS3 were great I do not have a strong coding background, and I was able to follow along and even put this skill to use I also enjoyed the little jokes included by the author I had trouble with the Javascript section I had to also rely on some online tutorials in order to understand this language I felt like the author got too tricky too fast or something and I got lost There are other languages taught in this book as well, but I didn t get into those sections.

  4. says:

    I used this book for as a reference guide I skipped around to look up various tags, elements, and tools.

  5. says:

    Marked by 5 Most likely you are dumb and hiding that makes you dummy Unique book, possesses true knowledge Groundscape and green card for moving further If you re at the business you must be not afraid of how tall it is, it just beginning.

  6. says:

    Loved the sense of humor and the way things were broken down.

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