Yep, those are great books. I have many of those myself. Also check out www.sitepoint.com. They have a lot of really good books dealing with all aspects of web site creation, from HTML to CSS to PHP to marketing yourself as a freelance web developer. They also have helpful online articles and forums on various web dev-related topics. I am a professional web designer/developer and I have several of their books which I use for reference.michaelrjohnson said:The Visual Quickstart Guide Series:
- HTML for the World Wide Web with XHTML and CSS
- DHTML and CSS for the World Wide Web
I own older editions of all three of these books, and I used them to teach myself basic web programming 8 years ago. These are great books. I highly reccomend them.
I second that one, its a great book.Scooby_Doo said:And finally I must give a quick note to the CSS Zen Garden Book... even though you can see a lot from www.csszengarden.com it helps to have it in print in front of you: