This best-selling reference's visual format and step-by-step, task-based instructions will have students up and running with HTML in no time. In this updated edition author Bruce Hyslop uses crystal-clear instructions and friendly prose to introduce them to all of today's HTML and CSS essentials. The book has been refreshed to feature current web design best practices. Students will learn how to design, structure, and format their website. They'll learn about the new elements and form input types in HTML5. They'll create and use images, links, styles, and forms; and they'll add video, audio, and other multimedia to their site. They'll learn how to add visual effects with CSS3. They'll understand web standards and learn from code examples that reflect today's best practices. Finally, they will test and debug their site, and publish it to the web. Throughout the book, the author covers all of HTML and offers essential coverage of HTML5 and CSS techniques.
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About the Author(s)
Elizabeth Castro is the original author of HTML for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide. She is also author of Perl and CGI for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide and XML for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide–both best-sellers! Liz was the technical editor for Peachpit’s The Macintosh Bible, Fifth Edition, and she founded Pagina Uno, a publishing house in Barcelona, Spain.
Bruce Hyslop began developing for the Web in 1997 and focuses on interface technical architecture, development, usability, accessibility, and advocating best practices. He is the author of The HTML Pocket Guide (Peachpit Press, 2010), a thorough discussion and reference of all HTML elements (HTML5 and prior). Bruce also teaches a CSS course at UCLA Extension and occasionally speaks on matters regarding front-end development. Over the years, he has overseen front-end teams or been a developer for more than 150 projects, including those for ABC, BBC, Disney, Logitech, Microsoft, NBC Universal, Nokia, Target, Toyota, and Yahoo!, among others.