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HTML5 For Web Designers by Jeremy Keith

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

This tiny book almost makes you want to scream “it’s not a book, it’s a pamphlet” – and thank goodness for that! Sick and tired of long boring tomes full of waffle that you need a PhD in geekery to understand? Then HTML5 For Web Designers was written with you in mind, and not a […]

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CSS From Scratch. 8:2 Background images.

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

Many experts agree that it is best to include images in your web page using CSS. This makes it easier to edit them later, and maintains the separation of concerns (CSS used only for appearance, HTML used only for semantic markup). Others disagree, and say that it is better for accessibility to use HTML <img> […]

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HTML from Scratch. 2:1 Basic Tags

Friday, August 5th, 2011

HTML tags usually come in pairs, which surround parts of the text on the page. There are a few exceptions which don’t need a closing tag. In this lesson we covered the essential tags which you need to know to “mark up” (put HTML tags into) your web page. Most of these reflect the meaning […]

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