Popular HTML & CSS Books

The following 7 HTML & CSS books are the current best-sellers. If you are looking for books about HTML & CSS, then these books will certainly help! If you know more books about HTML & CSS which are missing from the list below, please let us know!

Popular HTML & CSS Books

  • Creating Web Animations: Bringing Your UIs to Life
    Creating Web Animations: Bringing Your UIs to Life

    But learning how to create animations is hard, and existing learning material doesn’t explain the context of the UI problem that animations are trying to solve. You’ll gain a solid technical understanding of how to create awesome animations using CSS and learn how to implement common UI patterns, using practical examples that rely on animations to solve a core problem. Create animations found in common user interface implementations, such as bounce after scrolling, expanding search boxes, and content sliders Learn the technical details of working with CSS animations and transitions Use CSS transforms to very animate an element’s position, scale, and orientation Understand the importance of easing.

  • CSS: The Definitive Guide: Visual Presentation for the Web
    CSS: The Definitive Guide: Visual Presentation for the Web

    CSS: The Definitive Guide, 4th Edition provides experienced web developers with a comprehensive guide to CSS implementation, along with a thorough review of all aspects of CSS 3. Updated to cover Internet Explorer 10, Microsoft’s vastly improved browser, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera, this new edition includes content on transitions, animations, new selectors, paged media, and more. Updated for the latest in CSS3 specifications and browser support Explores the complex world of CSS transformations Demonstrates new interface approaches built on CSS animations Reconsiders layout possibilities with grid and flexible box possibilities.

  • What Is HTML5?
    What Is HTML5?

    HTML5: Everyone’s using it, nobody knows what it is. A real delay in the paradigm shift that HTML5 is almost certain to bring. It’s certainly not time to look away, because by the time you look back, you may have missed something really important: a subtle but important transition centered around HTML5.

  • Head First HTML and CSS: A Learner’s Guide to Creating Standards-Based Web Pages
    Head First HTML and CSS: A Learner's Guide to Creating Standards-Based Web Pages

    Then it’s about time you picked up Head First HTML and really learned HTML. You want to learn HTML so you can finally create those web pages you’ve always wanted, so you can communicate more effectively with friends, family, fans, and fanatic customers. Best of all, you’ll learn HTML and CSS in a way that won’t put you to sleep.

  • CSS Fonts: Web Typography Possibilities
    CSS Fonts: Web Typography Possibilities

    From custom fonts to ad-hoc font families you assemble out of a variety of individual faces, CSS 3 gives you more typographic options than ever before. Learn how to choose and manipulate fonts right away. Specify font families and their generic alternatives Use @font-face to specify customized downloadable fonts Size your fonts with absolute or relative scales, percentages, or length units Understand the difference between italic and oblique styles Learn how to specify or suppress a font’s kerning data and other font features Synthesize your own variants for fonts that lack bold or italic text.

  • CSS: The Missing Manual
    CSS: The Missing Manual

    Design for mobile devices. Make your pages work for you. Work more efficiently.

  • Transitions and Animations in CSS: Adding Motion with CSS
    Transitions and Animations in CSS: Adding Motion with CSS

    Add life and depth to your web applications and improve user experience through the discrete use of CSS transitions and animations. Learn how to make your web pages come alive today. Understand and learn how to implement Disney’s 12 principles of cartoon animation Learn which CSS properties you can animate and use in transitions Apply CSS’s four transition properties and nine animation properties to your CSS elements Use CSS keyframe animations to granularly control an element’s property values Learn details that will save you hours of debugging and megabytes of unnecessary JavaScript.

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