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HTML, XHTML and CSS Bible by Steven M. Schafer

 

  • This book is quite in-depth and the material there is yet to be outdated.
  • This book has come in very useful and a quick reference for me, whilst doing my degree.
  • easy to use and follow.
  • The book delivered everything I had hoped for.
  • A pretty good book, but not perfect.
  • This book is very easy to read. The chapters are very well arranged and cover the subjects in a sequential manner.
  • This is one of the best books I've ever read. It explains everything very well, with simple words, even if you don't understand (yet) very much of the subject

 

HTML: The Definitive Guide (Nutshell Handbooks) by Bill Kennedy

 

  • For the neophyte or veteran, this is a solid reference: its thesis sorely needed, it's presentation exemplary, it's lucidity par excellence.
  • This book does not read like a novel, it's not meant to. If you do serious HTML programming, this book will never leave your desk.

 

HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites by Jon Duckett

 

  • This book is the most straightforward introduction to HTML and CSS that I have found.
  • This book is for those who wanna get started with front-end web development.
  • Most friendly book. Awesome Page quality. Excellent Explanation of every concept. Well Done JON DUCKETT
  • This is an awesome book having a picture which will help to understand the concept more easily.
  • An amazing book for learning HTML and CSS. I would prefer everybody to buy this book as a reference for the basics of HTML and CSS...
  • What an awesome book. Book quality is too good with Colorful pages. Book explains very well. Best book I have read.

Don't Make Me Think, Revisited: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability by Steve Krug

 

  • Great book for anyone that is maintaining a website for a small business or organization.
  • Steve Krug's Don’t Make Me Think is one of my favorite books on website usability.
  • This book is a quick read that is very clear and concise, and I am very glad I found it before I built my website.
  • The book steps us through the mindset needed to focus, foremost, on the user's experience and the user's goals in accessing a website.
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