HTML for Dummies is one of the many For Dummies editions for programming and this time it’s all about learning to create useful and impressive websites using HTML, XHTML and CSS. Authors Ed Tittel and Jeff Nobles are two of the most experienced authors and computer programming experts in the business who are also behind some of the most popular books. Ed is also the author of Guide to Networking Essentials, XML for Dummies, Guide to TCP/IP and Windows Server 2008 for Dummies and about 90 more titles.
With HTML for Dummies, completely novice programmer can learn in the simplest, fun and less intimidating manner which is common in programming books. This For Dummies edition follows a format that is common in all books of the series like the inclusion of helpful icons like the Tip icon, the Remember icon, the Warning icon, the Technical Stuff icon to tell you that things are going to get really techy and the On The Web icon to lead you to web resources.
Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML is a resource book for learning HTML, CSS and XHTML, all the basic programming solutions that you will ever need in creating a totally mind-blowing website. What makes this book better than most self-help books on programming is that Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML presents topics in the simplest manner that even a person new to these topics will easily understand; instructions are in a step by step manner and most of all it makes use of light humor and fun to create a positive user experience.
This book is authored by Elizabeth Robson co- author of other self-help computer programming books like O’Reilly’s Head First Design Patterns and Head First HTML with CSS and XHTML and Eric Freeman, co-author of Head First Design Patterns and computer scientist.
Head First HTML and CSS is an HTML book that is created by Eric T. Freeman and Elisabeth Freeman, two of the most renowned authors and co-authors of HTML and CSS books. It is a book that appeals to novice site creators and programmers because of its easy approach to the basics of HTML and CSS plus it is also a great resource for seasoned programmers as they learn techniques in creating more engaging and interesting websites.