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Harness the power of this essential evolving spec with help from Jeremy Keith and Rachel Andrew. Brush up on syntax and updated elements, and get ready to work with responsive images, microformats, and microdata.
Rachel and Jeremy cover a very wide spectrum of everything you need to know about HTML5 in a short, easily digestible format. They clear up a lot of confusion about HTML5 features, especially when comparing old and new. Highly recommended for anyone who wants a solid overview including relevant history of HTML5. HTML remains the foundation of everything we build for the web, from the simplest page to the most complex experience. Crack open this book after you fasten your seatbelt in Boston.
As usual, Mr. Keith takes a complex topic and eloquently describes it for the rest of us. With superhuman ease and wit, Jeremy Keith always makes the densest technical concepts seem approachable, intuitive, and—dare I say it—fun.
Jeremy Keith lives in Brighton, England where he makes websites with the splendid design agency Clearleft. Hailing from Erin's green shores, Jeremy maintains his link to Irish traditional music running the community site The Session. He also indulges a darker side of his bouzouki-playing in the band Salter Cane. Jeremy spends most of his time goofing off on the internet, documenting his time-wasting on adactio. Rachel Andrew is half of the web development firm edgeofmyseat.
Rachel has been working on the web since and writing about the web for almost as long. She is a regular columnist for A List Apart as well as other publications online and in print.
Rachel is a keen distance runner who encourages people to join her for a run when attending conferences, with varying degrees of success!
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Author: Jeremy Keith. Harness the power of this essential evolving spec with help from Jeremy Keith and Rachel Andrew. Brush up on syntax and updated elements, and get ready to work with responsive images, microformats, and microdata. This book gives you a solid intruction to the topic, combining theory with practical lessons.
HTML5 For Web Designers
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HTML5 for Web Designers
It is also the most powerful, and in some ways, the most confusing. What do accessible, content-focused standards-based web designers and front-end developers need to know? HTML5 isn't as confusing as it once was, but it still isn't straightforward. It's an evolutionary, rather than revolutionary, change in the ongoing story of markup—and if you're currently creating websites with any version of HTML, you're already using HTML5. Harness the power of this essential evolving spec with help from Jeremy Keith. Brush up on syntax and updated elements, and get ready to work with responsive images, microformats, and microdata.