In just one hour a day, you'll learn the skills you need to design, create, and maintain a professional-looking website.
No previous experience required. By following each short, one-hour lesson in this book, anyone can learn the basics of web development.
Learn at your own pace. You can work through each lesson sequentially to make sure you thoroughly understand all the concepts and methodologies, or you can focus on specific lessons to learn the techniques that interest you most.
Test your knowledge. Each lesson ends with a Workshop section filled with questions, answers, and exercises for further study.
Learn how to...
Fully implement the HTML5 and CSS3 standards
Work with text and create links
Add images and graphics to your page
Use CSS to style a site and position elements on a page
Structure a page with HTML5
Use responsive web design to make your pages look good on different-sized screens
Design for the mobile web
Get your site online and let people know it's there
Optimize your site for search engines
Table of contents
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- Contents at a Glance
- Table of Contents
- About the Authors
- We Want to Hear from You!
- Reader Services
- PART I: Getting Started
- PART II: Creating Web Pages
PART III: Doing More with HTML and CSS
- 7 Formatting Text with HTML and CSS
- 8 Using CSS to Style a Site
- 9 Using Images on Your Web Pages
- 10 Building Tables
- 11 Using CSS to Position Elements on the Page
- 12 Designing Forms
- 13 Structuring a Page with HTML5
- 14 Integrating Multimedia: Video and Sound
- 15 Advanced CSS: Page Layout in CSS
- 16 Using Responsive Web Design
- PART V: Designing for Everyone
- PART VI: Going Live on the Web
- Release date: December 2015
- Publisher(s): Sams
- ISBN: 9780133132397
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