The Best HTML Books: A Review of Reviews

This post marks the first in a new category: a review of reviews! I’ve now reviewed enough HTML books that it could be a pain to look through all of the reviews to find the book that would work best for you, so in this post, I’ll briefly summarize each and provide a link to […]

Murach’s HTML5 and CSS3

Murach’s HTML5 and CSS3 by Zak Ruvalcaba and Anne Boehm $54.50 from Mike Murach & Associates By this point, I had no intention of reading, let alone reviewing, another HTML book; I’ve seen too many of them in the last year. However, I’ve been a fan of the Murach books since I picked up Murach’s […]

HTML & CSS: design and build websites

HTML & CSS by Jon Duckett $16.49 from Amazon I’ve reviewed a number of HTML and CSS books before, but this one is fairly unique. Most of the programming books I read are aimed at programmers, and they tend to have a similar look (aside from the facing-page layout in the Murach books, anyway). This […]

Learning HTML5 Step by Step

HTML5 Step by Step $34.99 from Microsoft Press I’ve reviewed several books lately that introduce the new elements in HTML5; each of them assumes that you already have a working knowledge of html and css and simply want to know about the changes. But what if you’re brand new to web programming and want a […]

HTML5 and CSS3

HTML5 and CSS3: Develop with Tomorrow’s Standards Today by Brian Hogan $33 from Pragmatic Bookshelf The Book of CSS3 by Peter Gasston $34.99 from no starch press There’s really no reason why HTML5 and CSS3 have to be grouped together; they’re two completely different things. The first is the latest code for marking up the […]

HTML 4 & 5: The Complete Reference

HTML 4 & 5: The Complete Reference (iPhone/iPad universal app) by O’Reilly $1.99 from the app store Ever since I got my ipod touch, I’ve been a fan of O’Reilly’s ebook apps. For only $4.99, you get a technical book that would normally cost over $30 for the ebook version and over $50 in paperback. […]