Kindly suggest me some good books to set my foothold on html&css. Recently i got a book "Head first to html & css"but it contains lots of silly exercises and jokes and kinda repetative. Is the missing manual series good to go by? HTML4 or 5 ?
There are a pleathora ot books out there dealing in "web design". Does it mean training on html & css or only wireframing for webpage.I'm glad i found daniweb.
Secondly which code editor other than notepad is good for typing your code in. I heard a lot about sublimetext on forums.
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I work in a microsoft shop, and I can't sing praises for visual studio express enough. Some people don't like it, but it's super simple in my humble opinion.
As for books... html and css is pretty repetitive... so the books you got are getting you in the right direction.…
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I recently got a book from the local library The complete Idiot's guide to HTML5 and CSS3, which covered the topic well but did not really cover the use of these for Mobile compatability, which is what I was looking for. Apart from this the 'for Dummies' series are often …
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