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reviewed HTML5: Up and Running. May 15, 2011
Normally, I would jump straight to the code section and pass off the rest as fluff. I'm a meat and potatoes man! Just gimme the code and I'm good to go. But as I started to peruse the intro I …
reviewed HTML5: Up and Running. August 31, 2010
As part of my education on HTML5, I ended up with a review copy of Mark Pilgrim's book HTML5: Up and Running. Like many O'Reilly books I own, this will be one of the books I end up going back …
reviewed Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Lang.... May 19, 2010
Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web
While somewhat dated, this book remains an excellent resource for how to use cascading style sheets (CSS) to create web content that is functional, efficient and artistic. It is essential that you have …
reviewed Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML. May 06, 2009
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There are tons of positive reviews already written about this book, so I just thought I'd share a little about how I'm getting through the tutorials. First off, I think it helps to work through the book …
reviewed Web Widget. May 04, 2009
Web Widget
World of Widgets; Something new, something fun, something chic, something for keeps...    It was more than 2 years ago when I first came across widgets and had a couple installed on my personal …
reviewed Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Lang.... April 09, 2006
Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web
Being a fan of Eric Meyer's previous book on CSS, I was pretty keen on what to expect from 'Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web Design' in terms of quality. Mr. Meyer's original CSS book …
reviewed Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Lang.... October 12, 2002
Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web
No book can be perfect for everyone. This is not a beginner's book, nor is it an exhaustive reference. What it is, is a workshop in which the reader gets to see into the mind of a CSS expert while he …
reviewed Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference. February 01, 2000
Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference
In scholarly works, the word definitive often gets used with the frequency and permanence of a political promise. In this case however, it should be capitalized, underlined and bolded, because it fits. …
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