Kevin Yank

Kevin Yank is a world-renowned leader in web development. When not writing best sellers, Kevin is the Technical Director of sitepoint.com and editor of the popular SitePoint Tech Times newsletter.

PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja (SitePoint)
by Kevin Yank
Fifth Edition May 2012
Print: $39.95
Ebook: $29.00

Everything You Know about CSS is Wrong! Everything You Know about CSS is Wrong! (SitePoint)
by Rachel Andrew, Kevin Yank
October 2008
Print: $29.95
Ebook: $29.00

Simply JavaScript Simply JavaScript (SitePoint)
by Kevin Yank, Cameron Adams
June 2007
Print: $39.95
Ebook: $29.00

"Those interested in building database driven websites will benefit from this hands-on guide that uses easily accessible free software."
--Michael Kleper, The Kleper Report on Digital Publishing, Vol. 17 No. 4/5, July/October 2012

"This will be a welcome read for weary web programmers who have attempted to utilize CSS in their web projects, but have been forced to use a mishmash of CSS and HTML tables to achieve their desired designs. This book should be in high school and college libraries where a strong technology program exists, and is strongly recommended for any librarian who serves a particularly tech-savvy crowd. "
--Ross Teller, The Tech Static

"Are you a web designer and/or developer who needs to work with CSS layouts? If you are, then this book is for you! Authors Rachel Andrew and Kevin Yank, have done an outstanding job of writing a book that takes stock of the current best practices methods that are being considered for CSS layout. "
--John R. Vacca, Amazon.com

"...this book is a good quick read, maybe like a bit of a manifesto with a cookbook in the middle. "
--Zoltan Hunt, YYZtech.ca

"...a must read book for anybody who designs or layouts web pages, whether you a graphic designer or programmer or in-between..."
--Dr. Colin Brown, MSN and Windows Live

"Simply Javascript is a book by SitePoint, and it gives plenty of examples and real-world tutorials on how to use javascript to solve problems that plague modern web layouts."
--Glen Stansberry, NETTUTS

"I often lament that while there are so many books that teach specific programming languages, there are too few books that teach basic programming along the way. This book is an exception. Pick up a copy of the Yank and Adams book if you want to learn basic JavaScript (and beyond)..."
--James Pyles, Technical Writer

"If you want to learn JavaScript and learn how to code it the right way, you will find the material in this book meets your exact requirements. The content in this book is highly relevant not only to JavaScript but to the entire evolution the web has undergone and is still undergoing."
--Schalk Neethling, JavaLobby