HTML, XHTML & CSS for Dummies

HTML, XHTML & CSS for Dummies

Book - 2011
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You don't have to be an expert programmer to build great Web pages. This book will not only show you the design and technical elements you need to create good-looking, readable Web pages-- it will give you the confidence to get started!
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, c2011.
Edition: 7th ed.
ISBN: 9780470916599
Branch Call Number: 006.74 HTML Tittel 01/2011
Characteristics: xx, 392 p. :,col. ill. ;,24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Noble, Jeff
Alternative Title: HTML, XHTML and CSS for dummies


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Feb 09, 2012

The book is superficial at best, and at worst inconsistent, mixing rhapsodies over XHTML structure with code snippets demonstrating old, sloppy HTML. Readers will *not* learn how to write Web sites with this book. The examples are not learning exercises; they are mere eye candy, and that candy is the notorious chocolate covered razor blades described in urban Halloween legends. The authors demonstrate poisonous sites that use annoying animated buttons, snoop on visitors with cookies and block page content with pop-ups. All of the code is cut-and-paste without explanation. About half of the recommended links are obsolete, and many of the active links go to ugly click harvesters with suspicious links. "Dummies" computer books are usually pretty practical. This one fails to meet that standard.


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