HTML5 & CSS3 For The Real World
Welcome to HTML5 & CSS3 for the Real World. We’re glad you’ve decided to join
us on this journey of discovering some of the latest and the greatest in front-end
website building technology.
If you’ve picked up a copy of this book, it’s likely that you’ve dabbled to some degree
in HTML and...
Firefox Secrets: A Need-To-Know Guide This is a must read guide to anyone who wants to learn how to browse faster and more conveniently with Firefox. Firefox Secrets will teach you how to get the most from Mozilla, including how to find and use all the hidden features, extensions available to you. You'll learn:
- Ways to ease the transition from Internet Explorer
The ASP.NET 2.0 Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks & Hacks An ASP.NET 2.0 book that just helps you get things done!
This book contains a collection of 101 best practice, object oriented solutions that you can easily adapt to your own projects.
Working with text, numbers, dates & times
Accessing data with ADO.NET
The Principles of Beautiful Web Design, 2nd Edition
This second edition of the best-selling book, The Principles of Beautiful Web Design, is the ideal book for people who can build websites, but are seeking the skills and knowledge to make the design of their websites POP. This is the ultimate design book, for the non-designer.
This book will teach you how to:
Optimize your code so that it runs faster
Create Ajax applications with the XmlHttpRequest object
Validate web forms to improve usability...
The Photoshop Anthology: 101 Web Design Tips, Tricks & Techniques
The Photoshop Anthology is full-color, question-and-answer book for Web Designers who want to use Photoshop to build Websites and create better looking web graphics more effectively. The book covers:
Photoshop interface tricks & shortcuts
Basic Skills: Transparencies, rounded corners, blending images,...
Jump Start CoffeeScript
Run Your Own Web Server Using Linux & Apache
More organizations install Linux into their server rooms every day. The reasons for this vary, but those who make the switch to Linux often claim that its reliability, cost, choice, scalability, and the freedom it offers from vendor lock-in, are some of the reasons why they decided to switch. But, whatever your reasons for...
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