HTML, XHTML and CSS For Dummies by Ed Tittel

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The indispensable introductory reference guide to HTML, XHTML and CSS

Even though new technologies enable people to do much more with the Web, in the end HTML, XHTML and CSS are still at the root of any Web site. The newest edition of this bestselling guide is fully updated and revised for the latest technology changes to the field, including HTML5 and CSS3. Illustrated in full color, this book provides beginner and advanced coders the tools they need to be proficient at these programming languages.Shows you how to create a Web page and formulate XHTML document structureAddresses working with content management systems (WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla), and designing for mobile devices (iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android)Introduces HTML5 and CSS3, tools critical to mobile Web developmentReviews working with text, lists, and images, and customizing linksDemonstrates ways to employ cascading style sheets (CSS) and get creative with colors and fontsDetails integrating scripts with XHTML and understanding deprecated HTML markup tags

Written by two veteran computer whizzes, HTML, XHTML and CSS For Dummies will help you get the design results you want!


About Ed Tittel

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Ed Tittel is an increasingly grizzled, if not wizened, veteran of the publishing game, with over a thousand magazine articles and more than 140 books to his credit. Ed has worked on numerous For Dummies books, including HTML 4 For Dummies, 5th Edition (with Mary Burmeister) and XML For Dummies, 4th Edition (with Lucinda Dykes), as well as books on many other topics. Ed runs a small professional IT practice in Round Rock, TX, that specializes in network-oriented training, writing, and consulting. When Ed’s not busy writing, he likes to spend time with his wife, Dina, and son, Gregory. He also likes to shoot pool, cook, and read sci-fi. You can reach Ed by e-mail at or through his Web page at Korelc has been working with computers and technology for over 15 years. Justin is an independent consultant working as a writer and trainer. His work focuses on security, Windows and Linux operating systems, and PC hardware. Justin has coauthored several books on media PCs, including Build the Ultimate Home Theater PC (an ExtremeTech BuildIt Guide) and Hacking MythTV (an ExtremeTech title). He has developed online training materials on information security, PC tune-ups, file transfer technologies, and more. Justin’s computer knowledge is self-taught and based on nearly 20 years of hands-on experience. He spends his spare time practicing the fine art of bricolage, playing with computers, and improving his culinary skills. You can reach Justin by e-mail at
Published December 14, 2010 by For Dummies. 416 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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