Synopses & Reviews
Hello! HTML5 & CSS3 is written for the web designer or developer who wants a fast, example-oriented introduction to the new HTML and CSS features. This snappy, user-friendly, and fun guide will get you started right away.
About this Book
Whether you're building web pages, mobile apps, or desktop apps, you need to learn HTML5 and CSS3. So why wait? Hello! HTML5 & CSS3 is a smart, snappy, and fun way to get started now.
In this example-rich guide to HTML5 and CSS3, you'll start with a user-friendly introduction to HTML5 markup and then take a quick tour through forms, graphics, drag-and-drop, multimedia, and more. Next, you'll explore CSS3, including new features like drop shadows, borders, colors, gradients, and backgrounds. Every step of the way, you'll find hands-on examples, both large and small, to help you learn by doing.
Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book.
- Easy-to-follow intro to HTML5 and CSS3
- Fully illustrated and loaded with examples
- Designed for low-stress learning
No prior experience needed!
Table of Contents
PART 1 LEARNING HTML5
- Introducing HTML5 markup
- HTML5 forms
- Dynamic graphics
- Audio and video
- Browser-based APIs
- Network and location APIs
PART 2 LEARNING CSS3
- New CSS language features
- Layout with CSS3
- Motion and color
- Borders and backgrounds with CSS3
- Text and fonts
HTML and CSS are the foundation of the web, and HTML5 and CSS3 are the latest standards. Anyone who builds web pages, mobile apps, or does any type of development at all, must master these languages.
Hello! HTML5 and CSS3 is written for the web designer or developer who wants a fast, example-oriented introduction to the new HTML and CSS features. After a quick review of the basics, the book moves quickly into building real pages in HTML5. Learn how to seamlessly integrate audio and video with HTML5, then add some style with new CSS3 features such as drop shadows, borders, colors, gradients and backgrounds. Discover how to target specific devices with media queries, and do all of it with less code. Finally, walk through several large examples that demonstrate how HTML5 and CSS3 working together can produce responsive and lightweight applications.
About the Author
Rob Crowther is a web developer and blogger based in London, UK. Currently he works for a small software company building web applications for corporate clients such as BNP Paribas, BNY Mellon, Honeywell, and Young & Co.'s Brewery.