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Refactoring HTML: Improving the Design of Existing Web Applications (Martin Fowler Signature Book)

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The first part of this book explains what refactoring is, and what developers can expect from it. Part two discusses the available tools for refactoring HTML. Part three is a large catalog of refactorings while part four shows how to easily find solutions and cross reference which tools and refactoring to use.
Hardcover, 340 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Addison-Wesley Professional (first published April 22nd 2008)
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James Stewart
May 23, 2008 James Stewart rated it really liked it
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Despite years of progress by web standards advocates, and a significant improvement in the quality of the HTML on the web, many of us still end up grappling with outmoded, broken HTML on a regular basis. When confronted with a large site filled with broken pages it can be hard to know where to start. Elliotte Rusty Harold’s Refactoring HTML offers a step by step recipe book for migrating such sites to clean, semantic code.

Harold’s is a well known name in the XML world, and that background shows
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Adam Norwood
Jan 13, 2009 Adam Norwood rated it liked it
Really a good resource for those looking to clean up their sites to be more standards and usability compliant. Reads like a reference book, a format that I think works well for the material.
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