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Completely revamped to teach HTML5 and CSS3 from the very beginning, this is the newest edition of the worldwide best-seller that has helped 500,000+ people learn the foundational skills of modern web development. Laura Lemay and Rafe Colburn have thoroughly revamped their in-depth tutorial to cover the latest web skills and technologies, and walk you through creating interactive, dynamic web sites using today's JavaScript libraries, services, and social web technologies.


As in previous editions, Sams Teach Yourself Web Publishing with HTML5 and CSS3 in One Hour a Day, Seventh Edition offers clear, step-by-step instructions, plenty of interesting, practical examples, and all the in-depth coverage serious learners want. Coverage includes:

  • Getting started: preparing for web publishing and learning HTML5's basics
  • Creating simple web pages with links, HTML5/CSS3 formatting, images, color, and backgrounds
  • Building tables, creating CSS3 layouts, designing forms, and integrating media
  • Creating richer sites and solutions with modern JavaScript libraries and Ajax techniques
  • Designing effective web pages for the real world
  • Mastering the advanced CSS3 techniques that offer the most value
  • Going live, taking advantage of web servers, and using modern tools to simplify web publishing
  • And much more…

Table of Contents

Part I. Getting Started

1. Navigating the World Wide Web

2. Preparing to Publish on the Web

3. Introducing HTML5

4. Learning the Basics of HTML


Part II. Creating Simple Web Pages

5. Adding Links to Your Web Pages

6. Formatting Text with HTML and CSS

7. Adding Images, Color, Backgrounds


Part III. Doing More with HTML

8. Building Tables

9. Creating Layouts with CSS

10. Designing Forms

11. Integrating Multimedia. Sound, Video, More


Part IV. JavaScript and Ajax

12. Introducing JavaScript

13. Using JavaScript in your Pages

14. Using JavaScript Libraries and Ajax

15. Working with Frames and Linked Windows


Part V. Designing Effective Web Pages

16. Writing Good Web Pages. Do's and Don'ts

17. Designing for the Real World

18. Advanced CSS Techniques


Part VI. Going Live on the Web

19. Putting Your Site Online

20. Taking Advantage of the Server

21. Using Tools to Make Publishing Easier

Product Details

Lemay, Laura
Sams Publishing
Colburn, Rafe
Programming Languages - HTML, SGML, VRML, XML
html5; css3; web publishing; web development; css3 layout; javascript; ajax
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Sams Teach Yourself
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