[Novalug] HTML Primer for old html-ers??
matthew.thompson at nrl.navy.mil
Wed Dec 26 13:13:32 EST 2007
The heavens stretched forth and greg pryzby decreed the following on or
about 12/26/2007 12:36 PM:
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> So when I write HTML I remember what I did 10 years (or maybe more) ago
> and pretty much use the same tages.
> Is there a primer anyone knows of that gives the basics of the new tags
> and how to use them? I guess CSS is part of the learning now (or I
> should say how the two are married).
> I look at the stuff and can figure it out, but I didn't know if there
> was a good reference I can use to 'update my knowledge'
Well, as a personal opinion, I really like HTML Dog:
That site is really a lead in to their book, but I also like their book,
so I don't mind. Their tutorials always seem to to point out a way to
do what I want. If I needed to go beyond that, well, let's just say
View Page Source on a website I like was quite often done.
I don't have the book on me, but I don't think it has much on CSS3, but
since that's in such a weird flux of working draft/recommendation, it
probably doesn't matter.
Matt Thompson, PhD
Naval Research Laboratory
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