As someone with a long history in development, I’m comfortable with the traditional format used in nearly every technical book. Most of them are extremely dense with copy and just packed with information. HTML & CSS by Jon Duckett is packed with a remarkable amount of information as well, but the visual presentation is groundbreaking and will change our expectation of technical books forever.
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You’ve no doubt seen some buzz about a new book from Jon Duckett titled HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites. Books on how to build websites are a dime a dozen. They fill entire sections of every book store around while many of us ignore most or all of them in favor of web-based learning.
After I reviewed back in September, many readers recommended Jon Duckett’s . After finally (yes, I know) getting around to exploring the book, I am completely blown away by it. I have been spending time with the book over the last few weeks and I can’t believe how good it is. The book is meant to be an introduction to web technologies like HTML, CSS and a few others. It teaches you how to design and build websites from scratch in the most beautiful way imaginable. At nearly 500 pages, the book isn’t the smallest book out there, but reading through it is a breeze. It is filled with stunning photographs by .