Pro HTML5 and CSS3 Design Patterns (Professional Apress)
This is a solutions book for styling HTML5 with CSS3. It contains more than 350 design patterns you can
put to use right away. Each design pattern is modular and customizable, and you can combine patterns
to create an unlimited number of designs.
Each design pattern has been thoroughly tested and proven to work in all major web...
Exploiting Online Games: Cheating Massively Distributed Systems
If you are a gamer, a game developer, a software security professional, or an interested bystander, this book exposes the inner workings of online-game security for all to see.
From the authors of the best-selling Exploiting Software, Exploiting Online Games takes a frank look at controversial security issues...
HTML5 is the new catchall term for “the Web.” Like Ajax and Web 2.0 before, the term
can cause confusion when used in different contexts. HTML5 is technically the fifth
revision of the HTML markup language, but you will find the term being used to describe
an umbrella of next-generation web technology...
Linux Desktop Hacks
With hacks that any user can follow, Linux Desktop Hacks demonstrates how easy it is to modify Linux to suit your desires. The book is packed with tips on customizing and improving the interface, boosting performance, administering your desktop, and generally making the most out of what X, KDE,...
Spidering Hacks Written for developers, researchers, technical assistants, librarians, and power users, Spidering Hacks provides expert tips on spidering and scraping methodologies. You'll begin with a crash course in spidering concepts, tools (Perl, LWP, out-of-the-box utilities), and ethics (how to know when you've gone too far:... CSS Hacks and Filters: Making Cascading Stylesheets Work Here's how to make CSS work the way it should
Cascading Style Sheets, the technology meant to bring order out of chaos by letting you update Web sites effortlessly, just doesn't always work. You recognize that when you discover your graphics, perfectly positioned in Firefox, throw your page out of whack when viewed in Explorer. The solution?...
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