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New Perspectives on Blended HTML and CSS Fundamentals: Introductory [Paperback]

Henry Bojack , Sharon Scollard

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Aug. 2 2012 1133526101 978-1133526100 3
New Perspectives on Blended HTML and CSS Fundamentals provides your beginning Web programming students with in-depth coverage of CSS and its use with HTML5. With the New Perspectives proven pedagogy, your students will think critically and understand WHY they're learning WHAT they're learning.

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Professor Henry Bojack has been teaching at the college level for more than 25 years. He is currently the Acting Chair of the Business and Management of Technology Department at Farmingdale State College in Long Island, NY. Professor Bojack is a past winner of the Farmingdale Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence. He teaches courses in Office applications. Management Information Systems, and Web page authoring.

Sharon Scollard is a professor in the Faculty of Engineering Technology at Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. She's been teaching computing technologies for over 25 years, and particularly enjoys teaching Web technologies.

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Amazon.com: 2.8 out of 5 stars  6 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Great text March 24 2014
By mj - Published on Amazon.com
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Covered everything you need in an introductory course. Good lesson examples, but some exercises need files available only if you are taking a class. You could however code it all yourself.
1.0 out of 5 stars Horrible March 18 2014
By Truth - Published on Amazon.com
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There's plenty of cheap HTML books that are very well reviewed. This is for teachers that want to assign homework. It assumes the teacher will do most the teaching, while the teacher assumes the book will do the teaching. Using this book assures no one learns anything.
4.0 out of 5 stars Easy to Follow Feb. 14 2014
By Sara Ruzicka - Published on Amazon.com
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There are typos and some of the code is bad. That being said, I like that the book uses a narrative-like structure to teach HTML/CSS. So often technical books can be boring and hard to follow. Each tutorial/chapter leads you through progressively more complicated lessons. Each one uses a "potential client would like you to work on his/her website" story-line. It definitely makes slogging through the technical language easier.

Going into this book knowing that there are typos and that some of the code is bad, I've still found it very useful. I almost feel like the typos/bad code make you learn the correct code better because you have to search for it. I highly suggest using this book with devdocs.io and w3schools.com to find the correct code.

This was the book that we HAD to use for an HTML/CSS class. But I will keep it for future reference.
4.0 out of 5 stars Good starter book Oct. 7 2013
By John A. Robitaille - Published on Amazon.com
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Excellent & easy to follow layout, good resource for beginner CSS/HTML. Sure there are some typos, but if you use common sense when coding you'll miss them. (HTML/CSS is very consistent syntax)
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2.0 out of 5 stars some mistakes June 18 2013
By same stuff - Published on Amazon.com
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Overall, I found the book helpful. As another reviewer noted, there are mistakes and inconsistency in coding. I am not a fan of the pseudo client talk ie: "Phil wants you to add an active link color to his website".
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