A Guide to HTML5 and CSS3

Free eBook – A Guide to HTML5 and CSS3

We are happy to announce the launch of our free ebook A Guide to HTML5 and CSS3, authored by technical writer, web developer and programmer Ashley Menhennett.

The book covers the basics of web development and it’s a great starting point whether your plan is to make websites, HTML5 mobile apps or games.

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Ashley Menhennett

Ashley is a web designer + developer, programmer and technical author from Australia.Ashley holds certification in IT + Web Based Technologies and specializes in modern mobile and responsive web design, working with bleeding-edge web based technologies—including HTML5 and CSS3.

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  • Rick Bunnell

    A great achievement! Plenty of practical examples yet enough theory to understand what is happening behind the scenes. The section on the CSS Box Model is one of the best I’ve seen.

  • fariazz

    Thanks Rick happy to hear you like it!

  • Emad Bakeer

    Thank you sir : )

  • kevin
  • Arstaikhae Fidrufs

    Thanks Mr. Ashley Menhennett!! I got a big improvement from learning your eBooks.
    I hope you will be more successful in life. Thanks a lot! Also thanks all the volunteers
    to this web site!! 😀

  • Leon

    Great E-Book. Made it easier for me to get back to my old HTML/CSS form. One thing: for the life of me the hover tag didn’t work. I spent hours on it. Couldn’t make it work. I don’t remember hover tags being this hard to code. Any ideas?

  • Thanks for your comments Leon. Very glad to hear you liked it. Hover is not a tag but a css attribute, try this on your css: a:hover {color: red}, the text will turn read when you hover the mouse. Cheers

  • Thank you very much! It book is very nice :).
    GOD bless you and keep you.

  • Thanks! glad you liked the book. We also have a Java ebook if you are interested: https://androidkennel.org/free-ebook-java-programming/

  • You are welcome Emad!

  • Thanks for your comments Arstaikhae, hope you can make good use of the book.

  • Pablo, thank you very much again!
    I appreciate your it.

  • sameen

    The pdf file might be corrupt and not opening

  • It opens fine on our end.

  • Using Adobe PDF on Windows, and on Linux it opens too.

  • Arvind Arvee