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Murach's HTML5 and CSS3: Training and Reference

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Teaches you how to use HTML5 and CSS3 the way they were meant to work, with HTML5 to provide the page content and CSS3 to format the content and lay out the pages. This title also teaches you how to use the HTML5 and CSS3 features alongside the earlier standards.
Paperback, 636 pages
Published December 19th 2011 by Mike Murach & Associates
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Sep 18, 2013 rated it it was ok
Shelves: non-fiction
At first this book walked you through programing with HTML5 very well. But somewhere along chapters 5 to 7, it stop explaining some code. While it would show examples of codeing there were other parts of code that just "pop" up. But if you excluded it, the code in which you where trying to do something, wouldn't work. It got a little frustrated especially if you are trying to learn HTML5 and have no experiance with programing. You can't just add unless you know what it does. The excersies were ...more
Jeanne Boyarsky
Feb 23, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: technology
"Murach's HTML5 and CSS3" covers HTML and CSS from the ground up. It's a great book for starting out as it shows basic constructs. It's also a decent book even if you know "old" HTML and CSS. The repetitive parts are easy to find/skim. Granted the book is heavy (600 pages) for skimming. There are good guidelines/tips on browser compatibility, SEO and accessibility.

The book has a bit of an identity crisis on whether you should know JavaScript. They say you don't need to know it. Then they show a
Michael Sturgeon
May 24, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The content is what I teach, yet I have been seeking a book like this for support for years. This is finallt "the" book and my students did very well in the two semesters I have used it thus far. I highly recommend it for beginners and for instructors of web design.
Randy Daugherty
Dec 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
Did you ever want to design a web-page but weren't sure how to go about it? This will walk you through the basics and then some. The first 8 chapters will help you learn HTML5 and CSS3 ,the remaining will help you take a basic web design and enhance it.
Offers ideas of which text editor to use or how to use one, using javaScript and JQuery.There are links to download exercises and other labs. This book offers you a good starting place for web-design and how to run a business/
Required for class,
Jennifer Short
Aug 21, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I did have to do some additional research to find out how to do a couple of things that weren't covered in the book, but for a solid overview and resource book the Murach series is fabulous. They're easy to use and understand, and I like being able to download all the exercise files to reference if I get stuck working any of the exercises in the book.
Lee Stoe
Aug 21, 2016 rated it liked it
The book is very informative, but I feel its spreads are laid out backwards. The right and left pages should be swapped.
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