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On Apr 7 Antonis Ventouris wrote: HTML5 Step by Step
So, back after a long time with a new book to review. This week, it’s HTML5 Step by Step. Some intro: I do not have a technical background, but due to my work’s nature I work a lot with HTML. That’s why this book was extremely useful to me. The… Full Review  >

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On May 5 Sean Patterson wrote: A great book for those beginning with HTML
I've been trying to get whatever reference books I can find to learn about HTML 5. Being a seasoned HTML web coder, I was surprisingly refreshed by the "ground up" approach I found in Step by Step HTML5 by Faithe Wempten. Step by Step takes a very natural progression to learn HTML5. It starts you with the fundamentals of HTML. It teaches you how to code... Full Review  >

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On Apr 18 Sterling Ledet wrote: Review of HTML5 Step by Step by Faithe Wempen
This book is just not what Iím looking for to use in our hands-on training workshops. I did want something that was based on straight text editing (notepad is used as the editor in the books exercises) as opposed to Dreamweaver. Full Review  >

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On Mar 24 Marc 137 wrote: HTML5 is unstoppable
Covers HTML5, CSS, usability and accessibility. Full Review  >

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On Mar 1 John Brady wrote: HTML5 Step by Step
HTML5 Step by Step is a good introduction to HTML for the complete novice. “Step by Step” is literally the approach taken in the book, with explicit instructions for each action to be taken. I would not hesitate to recommend this as a first text for the business or hobby… Full Review  >

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