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Getting Started Part I lays a foundation for everything that follows in the book. Part II: Part III: View larger. Part IV: Part V: Creating Web Graphics Part V introduces the various file formats that are appropriate for the Web and describes how to optimize them to make their file size as small as possible.
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Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. Oh, I love this book. If you're shopping for a beginning web design book, get this one first. You'll end up using it until it's dog-eared, and waiting eagerly for a new edition in a few years!
This is the textbook I require my students to download. Learning Web Design has a friendly style and great explanations of what web pages are, how they work and how to make them.
The page layout and images used make the book's information easier to understand and make the book fun to sit down and read.
Learning Web Design is a great tool for my students, and I'm sure it serves them as a great reference as they enter their careers. The many 5-star reviews here by web design experts led me to choose this book to help build my website.
But this is the viewpoint of a beginning web-builder, albeit someone who has had a lot of experience of learning from books. The book is NOT about user experience, the aesthetics of web design, search engine optimization, etc.. After a sprinkling of facts about the history, workings, and administration of the web in the first chapters, it is all about techniques of generating text and image content with HTML5 and CSS3.
Jennifer Robbins is a remarkable teacher. She anticipates the questions and misunderstandings some readers may have, and deals with them before they become obstacles. Although she calls this a beginner's book, she writes for aspiring web professionals, and her thoroughness reflects this intent. The exercises are well-designed, and the end-of-chapter questions helpful in determining if you really "got it" answers are in the back of the book.
I like the many references to books and web articles extending the scope of her book; she seems well-informed on the cutting edge of web design. Her writing is clear, and difficult concepts are well-explained. Digital files of all the book's examples are available on O'Reilly's website. I appreciate that O'Reilly does not require a code to download the files.
Actually, it's a good marketing strategy, because a lot of people will download O'Reilly's books when they find out how good all their stuff is! I love this book! Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Shipping and handling This item will ship to Ukraine, but the seller has not specified shipping options.
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