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In the book the
tag is discussed in a way that suggests it is ok to utilize it for layout. He doesn't explicitly say that you should, but the example does not give proper context for what would comply with web standards.
" < p > This line is broken into < br > two parts < or p > "
A second example:
He states that the < u> tag is frequently used in HTML5 (which I think is a surprising assertion in of itself), and this it can be used to format text as underlined. Besides that go against the rule of separating content from style, it also isn't precisely what the W3. org folks (people who set the web standards) have decided either.
" The < u> component was deprecated in HTML 4. 01. (the < u> component was used to define underlined text).
The < u> component is redefined in HTML5, to represent text that should be stylistically distinctive from normal text, such as misspelled words or proper nouns in Chinese. "
Like I said, just be careful with the information you see here. Confirm everything with w3. org to ensure most likely learning things properly., That has been a amount of years since I dabbled in html, however seeing recent examples on the internet of what can be done now with HTML5 motivated me to have another look. Unfortunately this book focuses on just the very basics of code - how to layout text, tables, lists, pictures & videos. None of the new and exciting aspects of HTML5 are addressed. At best, it is just a quick reference for executing very simple text and image layout tasks with HTML., I give you one star because in the book is not enough elements for webdesign, This guide was almost a complete waste of my time.
Used to do find a few useful page component snippets that I can use for reference, but I already have vastly better guide books/apps for CSS and HTML. I was buying a fresh perspective and maybe a few new rotates, but you may be wondering what I found was that there is no in-depth repository of knowledge in this book.
If you want to learn how to write a web page, from scratch, Do NOT NECESSARILY buy this book. This book is only a tiny selection of handy, incomplete, suggestions.
And as I stated, there are vastly better reference books out there.
At . 99, before tax, I feel robbed.
MACJR, I have to strongly disagree with the book explanation about the usefulness of this book for those of us who already know previous versions of HTML. This guide is a waste of time for once you learn HTML4. It's EXTREMELY basic - a tiny book - and only 106 webpages of large font and lots of generous space. I would recommend this book only to those who have never done any HTML CODE before and are only looking for basic information., Great book--informative and clear., like all programming books it assumes you already know how to program in this language, I am already familiar with Hypertext Markup Language so learning HTML 5 with this book is very simple for me personally. I know Preston Prescott’s style from his other works and I appreciate his extraordinary style in using easy vocabulary so anyone could understand it. Creating tables in HTML 5 is my favorite chapter because I can use that method in my personal projects at this point. Also working with images, video and audio are incredibly useful information for me. The particular exercises in every chapter are also appreciated. Thus creating your own web page is relative easy using this book.
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