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HTML5 in Easy Steps

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Without doubt HTML5 is the future of the web and HTML5 in easy steps demonstrates all you can achieve NOW in the latest browsers - all described in easy to follow steps.

HTML5 in easy steps instructs you how to employ the latest development for web page design with HyperText Markup Language (HTML5). Modern web browsers have united to support exciting new features of the HTM
Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 31st 2011 by In Easy Steps Limited (first published January 9th 2011)
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Andy Norris
Not a reference, but a peek into what's (maybe) coming along. Very unbalanced, though. The author was too tied to the two-page-per-topic construct to be able to give enough information about the newer (and way more technical) aspects of HTML 5. Presumably, if someone didn't know anything about HTML, they could use the two pages on how to construct a table. But anyone might want to know more about the canvas schtuff.

Personally, I will wait a bit till HTML 5 is more solidified and more of the user
Robert Sarjant
I wouldn’t start with this book if you are new to HTML. I think it would help to know a little bit about HTML, CSS and JavaScript first, because one of the great things about its approach is that it integrates all these throughout the book, rather than keeping them separate, but it may be a bit much to take in for a beginner. For me, it was just what I needed. It has a contemporary feel about it and focusses much more on the new aspects of HTML in HTML5 and has very good reference sections at th ...more
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