HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible: A Review
HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible is the authoritative compendium methods to use the basic building blocks of web design: HyperText Markup Language, eXtensible HyperText Markup Language, and Cascading Style Sheets. For readers with at the very least some prior knowledge of HTML, it could serve as a textbook to read sequentially, but is most likely best used as a reference book.
It is split into four sections: 1) Creating Content with HTML, 2) HTML Tools and Variants, 3) Controlling Presentations with CSS, and 4) Additional CSS Tools. Basically, HTML places content (text and images) on a web page and CSS supplies the style. HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible digs deeper into CSS than many other similar books, breaking it into small steps to make it less overwhelming. Shafer’s copious use of screenshots and diagrams additionally aids comprehension.
Students will benefit from the step-by-step explanations of HTML and CSS, the background, and recommendation on good practices. Both students and experts will find HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible especially beneficial for ease of finding specific details. The fourth part comprises quick reference guides about XHTML elements, HTML special characters, CSS properties and selectors, pseudo-elements, and pseudo-classes.
HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible serves ably as a basic textbook, a refresher, and a desk reference. This edition has been superseded by later ones, but it still serves its function ably for anyone who isn’t working strictly with cutting edge innovations in browsers or web design. Usually, old editions can be found only as used books, but new copies of the 4th edition of HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible are still available . Every day the All-Purpose Guru Alert features one carefully chosen bargain book. Visit often.
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