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by Rob Huddleston


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Apply It" and "Extra" sidebars highlight useful tips and high-resolution screen shots clearly illustrate each task while succinct explanations walk you through the examples.

Rob Huddleston has been developing Web pages and applications since 1994, and has been an instructor since 1999, teaching Web and graphic design to thousands of students. State University, the University of Southern California; and hundreds of small businesses and non-profit agencies. Rob is an Adobe Certified Instructor, Certified Expert, and Certified Developer, is an Adobe User Group Manager, and was named as an Adobe Community Expert for his volunteer work answering user questions in online forums. Rob lives in northern California with his wife and two children.

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If you’ve ever been curious about any of the multitude of internet acronyms, the web technologies they represent, and how they can benefit you, this book is a great place to start. This book covers all the necessary topics to get up and running with HTML, XHTML, and CSS while offering readers a guide to modern, standards-based design. Key tasks covered in the book include setting up a Web page, reducing image resolution, creating radio buttons, adding a hit counter, adding an embedded sound, adding content from other sites such as integrating a blog and creating an RSS feed. Large topics are broken into smaller, more approachable sub-topics that are clearly explained on two pages eliminating the back and forth page flipping required in other references. Arranged so that skills build progressively throughout the book coupled with bold page headers it is simple to flip through and easily find any section or topic you are looking for. Understandable with straightforward terms that avoid intimidating and unexplained jargon, this is a book that will benefit complete novices and advanced users alike.

While primarily focused on the technologies outlined in the title, this book goes on to provide tips on integrating with Google, Flickr, social bookmark sites and even creating and implementing RSS feeds. Rest assured, each of these technologies is explained with the benefits of each outlined. A serious resource that quickly and concisely gets to the point, this book helps you gain real skills that will have you online in short order. Best of all, you can be confident that you are doing so the right way.

HTML, XHTML, and CSS: Your visual blueprint™ for designing effective Web pages offers visual learners a solid reference that employs straight forward examples to teach you to create and design Web pages with impact. "Apply It" and "Extra" sidebars highlight useful tips and high-resolution screen shots clearly illustrate each task while succinct explanations walk you through the examples. The associated website contains all the needed code to learn HTML.


Comments: (7)

Cae
As a Web design teacher who deals with these issues on a daily basis, I have already decided I will use this as a textbook in the future. My students range from completely uninformed to reasonably practiced developers. This book will work equally with all of them.

Others have addressed the depth of the topics of the book, so there is little I can add there. I wanted to say how much I appreciate how short the lessons are. Although the book is designed for more advanced Web designers, a neophyte wanting to learn to develop Web pages could pick this book up and work through the lessons in short and easy steps, becoming reasonably well informed developers.

I also particularly appreciate the appendices in the back. One addresses XHTML, and the other Cascading Style Sheets. They are both easily used and full of information.

I highly recommend this book and plan to use it in relevant graduate and undergraduate courses (actually, I also plan to keep it by my side while I work). Now if I could just find a similarly satisfying XML book.

Thanks
Darksinger
I am an IT consultant and have been for many years. Recently I have branched out into HTML, and so I starting looking for a book to help me. The first one I bough WAS NOT this one. I should have bought this book by Rob. It is fantastic in its simplicity and yet how deep he goes into all the code and how to input. The layout is excellent and keeps it very easy to read and see what to type. As well he actually explains WHY you should be typing this code and what the point of a particular code is. Again I think it is a fantastic book and all HTML editors should possess a copy
Samuhn
I first came upon this book in the San Diego State University Library. I started working through it and I was so favorable impressed that I decided to buy it for myself. It is carefully edited for ease of comprehension and clarity, and intelligently illustrated. The chapters are short and to-the-point. As the reader completes each chapter, the reader takes another step in constructing a model website. The text begins with the simplest HTML text, and progresses step by step through adding graphics, CSS, javascript, emails, etc. It is thorough and exhaustive. It is very visual, and follows the motto 'read less, learn more.' It is about the best guide to site construction that I have come across, and it is well worth whatever amount the customer chooses to spend on buying a copy.
Mave
I was struggling hopelessly with a mandatory computer technology class with XHTML. The class was fast paced and I was left in the dust with little or no help. I realized I would have to teach myself what I needed to know and looked for a teaching tool. I found this book and it did for me what the teacher and TA weren't able to do for me. It tells you very plainly what to do, where to do it and WHY you're doing these things. I now know what I'm doing and am comfortable with building a simple web page from scratch after only two days. I recommend this book to everyone who wants to learn how to create web pages. This will greatly ease the transition into the Dreamweaver program. I'm actually have great success with DW because of this book!
fightnight
Purchased this to help me with the Dreamweaver program. I found it to be very difficult. Advance training needed in my opinion.
Broadcaster
This book is a really good book for beginners. He provides plenty of background so you understand why you are writing a particular line of code. Starts with very simple example to get a single page and builds upon concepts chapter to chapter.
Rindyt
This is a great primer for HTML, XHTML, and CSS. It offers a step-by-step approach with no more than one step pictured and explained on one page. It is a great reference and basic training tool. I highly recommend it to beginners as well as to those who are more experienced but seeking a great reference work.
The great thing about this book is that all the tasks are broken down into (mostly) two-page sections and the organization lends itself to being a great reference book.

PLUS - the information is current and easy to follow.

highly recommended for any web developer.
HTML, XHTML, and CSS: Your visual blueprint for designing effective Web pages download epub
Graphics & Design
Author: Rob Huddleston
ISBN: 0470274360
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Graphics & Design
Language: English
Publisher: Visual; 1 edition (June 3, 2008)
Pages: 369 pages