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Web Design in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Dezember 1998

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Are you a print designer working on the Web? An HTML coder learning about server-side hosting for the first time? Web Design in a Nutshell has slim but whole chapters for those topics-- and everything else you can imagine.

Written in the popular "Nutshell" format, this guide is full of helpful tables and lists, making it a perfect desktop reference. The book breaks down the huge topic of Web site development into understandable, readable segments: the Web environment (browsers, displays, design principles), an in-depth guide to HTML tags, graphics manipulation and display, multimedia possibilities, and technologies for larger site management (such as Cascading Style Sheets [CSS] and XML).

While this book is certainly comprehensive, the abundance of information could be overwhelming to someone just starting out with HTML. In addition, the heart of this book is filled with technical specificity on Web page creation (for example, a section under "Graphics" is titled "GIF87a versus GIF89a"). Readers looking for more conceptual explanations of Web design and layout would be better served with other titles. But for day-to-day development and maintenance, Web Design in a Nutshell is a truly well-constructed toolkit.

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Web Design in a Nutshell contains the nitty-gritty on everything you need to know to design Web pages. It's the good stuff, without the fluff, written and organized so that answers can be found quickly. Written by veteran Web designer Jennifer Niederst, this book provides quick access to the wide range of front-end technologies and techniques from which Web designers and authors must draw. It is an excellent reference for HTML 4.0 tags (including tables, frames, and Cascading Style Sheets) with special attention given to browser support and platform idiosyncrasies. The HTML section is more than a reference work, though. It details strange behavior in tables, for instance, and gives ideas and workarounds for using tables and frames on your site. Web Design in a Nutshell also covers multimedia and interactivity, audio and video, and emerging technologies like Dynamic HTML, XML, embedded fonts, and internationalization.

The book includes: Discussions of the Web environment, monitors, and browsers A complete reference to HTML and Server Side Includes, including browser support for every tag and attribute Chapters on creating GIF, JPEG and PNG graphics, including designing with the Web Palette Information on multimedia and interactivity, including audio, video, Flash, Shockwave, and JavaScript Detailed tutorial and reference on Cascading Style Sheets, including an appendix of browser compatibility information Appendices detailing HTML tags, attributes, deprecated tags, proprietary tags, and CSS compatibility

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This was my first purchase from the Nutshell series and I was particularly pleased with the content. The layout is very tidy and easy to navigate.
I would consider my knowledge of the internet and web design at an intermediate level, and I would recommend this book to anyone other than a complete novice. Each section is concise and to the point and does not assume too much.
The section on CGI scripting and Server Side Includes, I found invaluable. It was easily explained in basic terms and provided plenty of examples to get these working. In addition there are lots of references in the book to resources available on the web.
All in all a thoroughly enjoyable read, if you want only one web reference book on your desk this year, this should be it.
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Simply put, this book has everything inclusive of the kitchen sink. It is concisely written, but unfortunately, some of the book's slenderness stems from a few skimpy sections. For example, although the Javascript chapter covers the most frequently used Javascripts, you will need to buy a separate Javascript book in order to learn the scripting language well. The CSS section is very good, considering its brevity. All of the issues are covered; therefore, the book is a great general reference to web design, one which should be near to your computer. For more detail though, you will need other books focusing on the specific issue in web design, such as Javascript.
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If you looking for immediate answers to isolated questions. Then you'll love this book. It's indexed by tag name, attribute and normal keywords. At the same time the chapters develop logically starting from basic HTML page layout and moving into working with text, tables, frames and forms. There's a few sections on graphics and colors, and a brief sprinkling of server issues and some Javascript. Each section generally starts out with a brief description of each tag including a summary of all attributes and browser compatibility. This is followed by a more tutorial approach in which greater insight is provided into the usage and interaction of tags and attributes. This helps to develop a more conceptualized understanding of the topic at hand. In my opinion the topics were developed out of a sense of "How do I accomplish the presentation needs I will run into in trying to develop websites attractive and easy to navigate?" So for example Javascript is not covered in any great detail. The basic intent was to provide a simple example of how one would use events such as OnMouseOver and OnMouseOut inorder to describe how to build rollover buttons. The sketch of the an otter on the front cover of this book is truly appropriate for me. I always imagine the otter saying to all of his programming buddies. Hey summarize all that stuff in all of those books because I like to travel light and have fun and I don't want to carry what I don't need.
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Web Design in a Nutshell is well organized, the index is excellent, the writing clear, and there are plentiful examples of the various concepts discussed. It contains charts covering almost every set of function/browser compatibility, as well as reference tables for everything from colors (including an excellent discussion on the use of websafe colors) to ASCII elements.
It covers the basic elements of web design, ranging from basic design principles to browsers and types of displays; basic html elements to image formats; and Cascading Style Sheets to JavaScript and basic server background.
In four years of building web sites, this is the best overall reference I've found. It summarizes the basics well enough to be a good overview for the beginner; covers a wide array of web elements to help the intermediate user expand their knowledge; and is an excellent quick reference for the experienced.
If I could have only one web development book on my desk, this would be it.
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In my quest to find the best all-around book for HTML learning and reference, all roads seemed to lead here. I was fortunate, therefore, to have stumbled across it over a year ago, in Israel, of all places, where a friend of mine was teaching himself everything about the web entirely from this book. I figured if he could go from zero web and programming skills to a relatively accomplished web guy (which he did), the book would probably be of good use to me. I was right.
Granted it is NOT for pure beginners... if you barely know how to switch on your machine, this book will be daunting. But even if you are just starting out at web design or making the switch from Print to Web, this is an invaluable book, going into useful detail about web-specific issues, print-vs-web stuff, as well as a very complete reference which never leaves my desktop.
This whole "In A Nutshell" series has been a constant companion for me in the last few years - they are absolutely wonderful.
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What a great book! <lots of praise>
Concise, just great. There are already 46 reviews so I am not sure what more I can add, I just want to say that it is very worthwhile.
If you're having doubts and browsing the reviews, as I do, then let me assure you it is a great book.
Firstly, it will serve as a good reference when you know it all.
Secondly, it will help you learn it all.
WARNING: if you are very very much a beginner, you might also want some other beginner books to get you into it. I still recommend it, but perhaps with another, beginner book as well.
If you are computer literate it will help you learn FAST ... rather than wade through lots of nonsense.
Read the other reviews - nearly everyone thought it was great, except 2 people and I honestly think they are confusing this book with some other book ...... perhaps they just came out of the nutshell.
If you are working in IT you should have heaps of cash anyway so get it ... lol
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