Basics of Web Design Html5 & Css 6th Edition
Updated with new practical exercises, this edition also includes expanded coverage of page layout design and responsive image techniques.
Web design is the practice of developing and organizing content on websites. This encompasses both aesthetic and technical considerations of website development; for example ensuring pages are accessible to people with disabilities. Web designers use various tools and techniques to craft visually appealing, functional websites with easy navigation that may also have an effect on search engines.
The Internet is an interconnected global network of computers that communicate, providing users with access to information, sharing files and participating in online discussions. It plays an integral role in businesses such as education, government healthcare and ecommerce.
HTML, the markup language that describes the structure of web pages, was first introduced in 1996 and later versions included audio> and video> tags to support multimedia features as well as frame> to simplify complex layout creation for web developers. Furthermore, its current fifth edition – known as HTML 5 – offers improved markup syntax along with API for Web Applications as well as standard document object models such as DOM for improved Web Applications development and standard document object models like DOM for document object modeling purposes.
The Fifth Edition of This Textbook was updated in 2019 to include additional hands-on practice exercises, the Pacific Trails Resort case study, expanded coverage of CSS Layout Systems such as Flexbox and Grid, revised responsive image techniques section, as well as various updates throughout. Furthermore, its popular two-page sections introduce new topics quickly before moving on to more complex concepts.
Basics of HTML5
The first chapter presents an introduction to XML language used for markup documents online, providing a solid basis for understanding the rest of this book. Following an introductory overview of Web design, chapters 1-6 cover HTML syntax and elements such as links, lists, text formatting etc. Additionally, chapter 5 explores HTML5 programming by exploring header> footer> tag sets before concluding with CSS layout options including Grid Layout Systems in chapter 6.
This edition keeps the popular features of previous textbooks that have helped students quickly get up and running, including two-page introductions that introduce each topic, provide examples, and include hands-on practice exercises. This format appeals to today’s multitasking visual learners and allows them to begin coding right away when picking up the book.
In this new edition, additional hands-on practice exercises have been added to each chapter and updated code samples and web resources provide students with current resources. Updated case studies as well as renewed emphasis on design, accessibility, and Web standards help prepare students to create web pages that work both now and into the future.
HTML5 & CSS3
This book provides an invaluable introduction to HTML5 and CSS3, designed for web designers just starting out in their field. It demonstrates how these languages can be used to build web pages while offering practice exercises to apply what has been learned. Plus, this edition has been revised with all of the latest versions of these coding languages as well as chapters covering Bootstrap responsive design email templates!
This book employs a case-study method of teaching students HTML5. Using Pacific Trails Resort as its example website, readers will follow every step in creating pages for this site. It is an ideal read for beginning web designers hoping to become proficient in both coding and web development.
This book is an indispensable reference for any designer, offering tips for writing and designing well-structured HTML and CSS code. Additionally, the ten principles of usability outlined can be applied to any website or application to increase user experience and enhance usability. A must-read for web designers looking to improve user experience!
Web designers need a solid knowledge of user experience in order to design functional and attractive websites. This book explains what user experience is, why it matters in web design, as well as providing insight into its process through user research and prototyping.
HTML5 & CSS4
HTML is a markup language that allows web developers to build webpages by identifying tags and assigning text attributes. HTML contains both structural content such as headings and paragraphs as well as formatting details; however, due to being not designed specifically to handle visual layout, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) were developed in order to distinguish these two forms of information.
The 6th edition of this textbook has been revised to cover the latest standards for both XHTML and HTML5. This allows the author to stay abreast of current specifications while also introducing HTML5 structural elements early (Chapter 2) as well as organizing layout and CSS styles into separate chapters.
HTML5 & CSS5
The Internet is a global network of computers connected by wired and wireless technologies to share information, such as routers, switches, servers, mobile phones and laptops. Users access it using desktops, laptops, smartphones and mobile phones allowing access from any location at home, school and work. Users have easy access to find information they need quickly and conveniently while also enjoying freedom to explore its vastness anytime anywhere – at home, work, school and play!
The World Wide Web is a prime example of an open Internet, providing a platform for people to freely exchange, link to and generate new content, ideas and experiences. Built upon World Wide Web Consortium’s Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), users are able to identify web documents for viewing as well as interact with them directly. HTTP also contains standards for markup languages known as Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) used for structuring Web pages as well as other informational sites.
HTML provides the raw tools necessary for structuring content on a website, while CSS helps style that content so it is displayed as intended by its author. HTML serves as the drywall; CSS adds color.
This textbook is intended to assist students in building a solid foundation in Web design using HTML5 and CSS3, including its latest version. Favorite features from previous editions remain, such as hands-on practice exercises and case studies.
This book’s authors possess extensive expertise in teaching HTML5 and CSS3. Their writing style is clear, conversational, and easy for students to follow; furthermore they offer extensive code examples, exercises, tips & tricks and strategies to bring concepts alive for them.