Kamis, 02 Desember 2010

<header><h1>Great Introduction to HTML5</h1></header>

Start Learn HTML5 Faithe Wempen

Start Learn HTML5 Faithe Wempen

HTML has come a long ways from a major Pain In the Buns to a more dramatic HTML/XHTML 4 which once was simplified has now created a CSS - not meaning "Cascade Style Sheet" but rather a "Cascade Superior Senility" whereas if you had dealt and grown with HTM - HTML / XHTML 4 (which may or may not include Java, CSS, C+, F Sharp, C++, and all that yadda yadda yadda's) ... you would be much relieved to find out how much progress has been improvised in HTML 5! Whereas, gone are the magnitude of multiple "connectors" that everything must connect together (HTML 4 or XHTML 4 or if you lost presence of mind in Wed Designing Pages of "4 at the Door" trying to compound the head bone connected to the neck bone, neck bone connected to the back bone, and so on (just putting some dry humor in here for the sake of sanity). Just one error somewhere along the line would knock out everything in webpages or aka in today's technology "Web Design Pages"; truth in fact - finding such error is like finding a needle in a haystack! (HONEST - I've been there far too many times!)

Microsoft's START HERE! with HTML 5 is the best place you can get all the glimpse and "decompress" your out of the brain washing systematic of the "olden days of wed designing pages"; and learning to start anew and fresh! You are going to experience a shock treatment here once you find out that this is really simplified, so easy that the whole "kit and caboodle" of the entire web design page can be run off the flash (aka pocket, flash drive, et al)! HTML 5 has lost so much of its own "weight" that HTML 4 would be considered a Hippopotamus with is easy to configure and follow and yes; at the same given aspect ---> very much up-to-date and yet have your conversions too making it easy to work with for OCR's (aka Old Versions or Old Operating Systems that people and/or businesses may or might be running on)! Flexibility all into simplicity makes this ALL ROUND BOOK - a must have; while for Windows 8 it will also work for Windows 7 (high end versions) but primarily geared for IE 10 and other Browsers that are currently running on the high end. Having placed emphasis on that; the awesomeness makes this more effectual even more so for popular web design pages to businesses as well as individuals whom are quite popular to have BOTH - "have your cake and eat it too" as the old adage goes ---> so no matter what the attributes are arranged, you can configure it easily so that all would be able to access it, even if they were on a very old Operating System and way out of date browser; it will still work. The opportunities are vast and also very flexible; whether it be codecs to color to tables and much more.

Microsoft's Start Here! with HTML 5 is a very powerful book; the one you WILL want to keep on your shelf and write notes all over it, highlight it, provisions of download links are available to you for those who need more on HTML 5; but as unreal as it sounds ... life can never be this easy, after all these years of complex and complicated confusions ... HTML 5 has eliminated it all!

Strongly Recommended Book!

50,000 Star Rating for it's detailed, profoundly well defined and written book - a must have for the novice to experts!


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4 komentar:

  1. Christopher Glenn20 Oktober 2010 16.32

    Start Here! Learn HTML is well written for newcomers to html. For a person with knowledge of html and wants to learn about html 5 will find the information here. If you are proficient in the use of html, it will serve as a useful reference book. This book is very well designed and easy to locate anything you want to find. It has illustrations where necessary, otherwise, examples are shown in typeset form. This book is certainly the best html book that I have yet seen... I have used html since 1998 and many html books are in my library. I wanted this book to transition my web pages to html 5. This is surely what I need to accomplish this. Highly recommended.

  2. While this book is an excellent resource to aid the person that is just starting out in HTML, veteran coders will have to read through a great deal of known material to get to the nuggets of what is new in 5. I am a veteran teacher of HTML and found the text easy to understand but a bit of a slog as I went through looking for what is new. Therefore, if you are an experienced HTML coder and need no refresher, the best thing for you would be to find a resource that is devoted exclusively to what is new in HTML 5. The fundamentals of HTML are all covered in an easily understandable and logically progressive manner.

  3. Twenty two years ago I was working at Quark and learning all about desktop publishing and page layouts. Today, HTML5 has matured to the point of professional page layouts for everyone! Faithe Wempen smartly focuses on that aspect of HTML5, as opposed to the more esoteric 'cool' side of this new technology, such as canvas and scalable vector graphics. Ultimately, a website is mostly for information dissemination. And how to present this information is critical. To that end, Wempen discusses many new tags relevant to information organization, such as the semantic tags like header, footer, article, etc.

    This is a great introduction to HTML first, and then HTML5.