Web Creation for Beginners: Create Websites from Scratch
by Ahtasham Khan
Publisher: Google Books 2014
Number of pages: 219
This book is the ultimate guide for those who are passionate about building a website but have no clue that how to begin. It not only contains recipes including HTML and CSS but, also demonstrates how to put these building blocks together to build a meaningful construction. Unlike other books, it doesn’t leave you stranded at the other end (guessing what to do next) but takes you to the final milestone.
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