HTML5 and CSS3, Illustrated Complete. Author: Sasha Vodnik Equip yourself with HTML5 and CSS3 skills using this practical, user-friendly book by the. HTML5 and CSS3: illustrated, complete / Sasha Vodnik Vodnik, Sasha concepts and skills for developing Web pages and Web sites using HTML5 and CSS3. HTML5 and CSS3, Illustrated Complete by Sasha Vodnik, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Designed to meet the needs of users from a vodbik range of experience levels, this book provides the nuts-and-bolts for beginners and allows more experienced users to brush up on the basics and quickly move on to more advanced topics. Each two-page spread focuses on a single skill, making information easy to follow and absorb, which is especially important with a complex topic such as HTML5. Read more Read less. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I have to agree with the middle-of-the-road reviews. It’s not the worst introduction, and my purchase was a mandate for a for-credit course meaning I had no choice but to acquire the book for at least a few monthsbut the book isn’t always the easiest to follow.
And as others have noted, it does contain confusion-inducing errors, the most recent having prompted me to stop working on the assignment and write this review. In one instance, the book is describing left and right positioning of elements, but the written instructions are the reverse of the graphic example’s layout. Proofreader take a day off? Earlier in the same chapter, a CSS file name instruction is inconsistent with the already named file in the downloadable content, so none of my changes were appearing in the practice page browser view.
Given the price students pay for these books, they need to be in better shape when they go to print. Further, given that this book is about a subject requiring accuracy in detailed work, it’s even htm5 critical for the publisher to be detail-oriented.
A good textbook provides chapter by chapter information explaining the processes to accomplish a task with examples scattered through it to provide context to the more abstract ideals. By taking notes and studying, by the time you reach the end of a chapter, you can have a firm enough understanding to try some problems or challenges on the subject matter and easily refer back to the chapter should you get stuck.
This book ISN’T like that.
This book gives you vague page per chapter on what it’s about, then about 2 vague paragraphs gtml5 information every two pages after that. The rest of the chapter is just step by step instructions on how to build webpages, which in theory would be helpful, except context for each step is rarely provided. Nothing to tell me what exactly that step just did so I can recreate similar results later.
In fact, between the “content” of each chapter and the example problems at the end of each chapter, which are more vague, the majority of the book is just step by step instructions. The most useful thing about it reference-wise is the glossary and appendix at the back, which you could affectively find at w3. Not even cxs3 pictures are that useful, as the code in them ssha written in notepad and often takes less than a quarter of the page.
Then the book will tell you to type out the code in said images and it becomes a tedious game of “Compare One Block of Generic and Ill-Formatted Text to the Other. I would never recommend it. This book is a waste of time, money, and paper.
It focuses more on the in-book tutorials, at the expense of content. It fails to provide details of the language structure, syntax, and anything resembling a detailed explanation.
It lacks structure, flow, and consistency; at times referring to items by different names and giving conflicting instructions. Given the wealth of quality hhtml5 many free in this subject, readers should look fodnik. Passing this pile of rubbish off as a textbook is a foul and cruel joke. This book should be burned and those responsible for it flogged. Not a BAD book, but somewhat hard to follow when trying to look up specific properties. In general, it tends nad avoid lists of possible properties in favor of highlighting a few and lightly talking about the rest in the text.
A decent all round basic introduction, but not very usable as a reference work in my opinion If you continue in this path, you probably won’t keep the book aasha for long.
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There are lots of examples and explanation, and it’s reasonably well written. This helped me maintain a web page that someone else programmed with style sheet overkill. Going through it once wasn’t quite enough, though. In fact I’ve somewhat considered taking the same course again. Too many bad habits left over from the early days of HTML. One person found this helpful.
An excellent book for beginners; it spoon-feeds you every detail along the way in the first few lessons, and after a few chapters or so it skips over the things you should already know from the previous lessons and continues to guide you step-by-step through every new concept. By the time you’ll be done with this book, you will be comfortable writing basic HTML and CSS code, and your confidence level should be high enough to continue studying more advanced concepts on your own.
I do NOT recommend this textbook. The directions are not clear at ALL. Unit O of the book has probably the worst step-by-step instructions I have ever read for a textbook. However if you’re trying to find a textbook for personal use to learn HTML on your own, I do not recommend this book! Try to find something that is beginner friendly. I had an online class through school and we were assigned a specific problems from this book. The book itself is asking you to do things or telling you to go to locations that are either moved or completely changed so it becomes very irrelevant.
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