HTML and CSS: Visual QuickStart Guide

Series
Peachpit Press
Author
Joe Casabona  
Publisher
Peachpit Press
Cover
Softcover
Edition
9
Language
English
Total pages
352
Pub.-date
September 2020
ISBN13
9780136702566
ISBN
0136702562
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Description

HTML and CSS: Visual QuickStart Guide has served as a web professional's guide for decades. Now, this full-color guide has been thoroughly updated by a new author who’s taught thousands of beginning web developers. Joe Casabona combines expert introductions to the latest HTML and CSS technologies, new examples and projects, and extensive online video content for a true multi-modal learning experience.

Combining definitive reference information with hands-on tutorials, Casabona helps aspiring web professionals gain deep mastery of HTML and CSS separately, together, and in the broader context of the overall web project and lifecycle. Drawing on his extensive teaching experience, Casabona offers well-honed explanations that learners will understand, whether they’re working on their own or in classroom environments. From the basics to advanced techniques, he guides you through:
  • Designing, structuring, and formatting sites
  • Using images, links, styles, tables, forms
  • Adding media, visual effects, and animations
  • Using CSS to gain full control over elements, fonts, colors, and layouts
  • Making the most of sophisticated HTML5 and CSS3 capabilities
  • Applying modern best practices for ensuring accessibility and responsiveness, and building high-performance progressive web apps
  • Effectively testing, debugging, and publishing sites and applications
  • Exploring leading JavaScript libraries and build tools for more advanced web development

Author

Joe Casabona is a front end developer, educator, and podcaster. He has been making websites since 2001, and has worked on projects for Disney, NatGeo, The Boys and Girls Club, and other leading clients. He holds a master’s degree in Software Engineering, has more than 10 years of computer science teaching experience at the college level, and has authored books and courses on HTML, CSS, PHP, responsive design, WordPress, and podcasting. He has developed courses for The University of Scranton, LinkedIn Learning/Lynda.com, Sessions College, and Udemy, and runs a membership site where he teaches web development.