Reviews tagged with semantic-markup:
HTML and CSS Web Standards Solutions is a superb starting point for anyone needing to learn (or teach) web design from the very beginning.
Whether or not you agree with the “hardboiled” methodology, this book is a good resource on HTML5 markup, ARIA roles, and CSS3, and will make you re-examine conventional web design wisdom.
Jeremy Keith takes us on a whirlwind tour of the history and features of HTML5. An excellent introduction for designers/developers.
Unless you or someone you love has not yet embraced the basics of standards-based web development, you can safely skip this book.
If you prefer to read a book rather than sift through info on Microformats online, this is the one to buy.
This book is bulkier than it needs to be, and some information is outdated, but it does reference many useful resources.
A must-read for developers of online applications or other sites with significant user interaction.
An extremely useful book which I recommend to web developers as well as site owners and web content writers.
An excellent book, worth reading and reference for even the jaded html junkie.