HTML & CSS

A solid chunk of my library books have been from the 000 section. I learned basic Ruby last year, with the intent to learn Ruby on Rails. However, I had no knowledge of PHP or MySQL, and my HTML and CSS knowledge was rudimentary and outdated.
After a home remodeling intermission, I am back to programming. There is a better selection of HTML 5 and CSS 3 books now, which is a plus. I’m reading as I create my own site completely from scratch, written in jEdit.
The book pictured here isn’t my favorite; a bit too wordy for me. The information within is very complete, and offers helpful bits of code (outside of HTML) that allow creation of more professional and complete websites.
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