I have to say, I’m really impressed with this ‘soup to nuts’ book, "Learning Web Design by Jennifer Niederst Robbins". This really is a ‘from the ground up’ compendium of everything you’d need to know, from a *designer’s* standpoint, of how to author for the web, even coming from a print background.
Are there any downsides to this book? Not really. The ePub does have a mix of ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ (you have to copy/paste) links, and maybe O’Reilly should run a URL parser to make sure all the links end up ‘hot’.. but this is a VERY minor point. Every link I visited was useful, and was, most importantly, NOT DEAD. This is why you buy ORA books: Fresh, relevant info that does not waste your time.
In a mature 4th Edition, very highly recommended.
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Disclosure: I received the eBook download(s) from O’Reilly for review purposes.