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HTML & CSS: The Good Parts: The Good Parts

3.3 of 5 stars 3.30  ·  rating details  ·  30 ratings  ·  4 reviews
HTML and CSS are the workhorses of web design, and using them together to build consistent, reliable web pages requires both skill and knowledge. The task is more difficult if you're relying on outdated, confusing, and unnecessary HTML hacks and workarounds. Author Ben Henick shows you how to avoid those traps by going beyond the standard tips, tricks, and techniques to co ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published February 25th 2010 by O'Reilly Media (first published September 15th 2009)
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Alessandro Pellizzari
This book's companion website. Questa è la frase che leggerete più spesso in questo libro. Più di "Example", più di "Result screenshot", più di qualsiasi altra cosa. Inoltre tutto il libro è una specie di blog, in cui il tono è spesso "Esiste il modo di fare questo, ma non ve lo dico" o "Per fare questo potete usare tag1, tag2, tag2 o altri" o "Alcuni browser lo supportano, altri no". Tutto è trattato in modo abbastanza fumoso e poco chiaro. Se mi dici che alcuni browser non supportano una tal c ...more
This book was just not at my level. Perhaps now that I've finished the Head First HTML and CSS book it would make more sense, but this was vastly different text and wasn't super helpful for me.
Wow, what a terrible book. Completely repetitive of similar work but in a more boring presentation. Doesn't deserve to have the same title styling as "JavaScript: The Good Parts".
Aug 01, 2010 Cheryl marked it as partiallyread-notsureillfinish
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Ben Henick is a freelance web developer and writer whose professional talents are exceeded only by his demonstrated fondness for navelgazing. He lives near Kansas City, though most of his clients haven’t noticed… because the Web is neat that way.

Ben’s opus about Web best practices, HTML & CSS: The Good Parts, was released by O’Reilly Media in February 2010. His writing can also be found at A L
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