THE BEST WAY to build web pages is with web-standards-compliant HTML and CSS. HTML lays the foundation by structuring the content, and then CSS dolls it up and presents the page.

Using them in the right way—with web standards—leads to web pages that are faster, more manageable, more cross-compatible, and more accessible than web pages built any other “old-school” way.

This book is designed to take you through these symbiotic languages, explaining how to use them the web-standard way, comprehensively covering the components that make up a web page and the technical details involved in making those components.


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