Website Design and Development with HTML5 and CSS3

Website Design and Development with HTML5 and CSS3

Hassen Ben Rebah, Higher Institute of Technological Studies of Mahdia, Tunisia
Hafedh Boukthir, Higher Institute of Technological Studies of Mahdia, Tunisia
Antoine Ch├ędebois, Consulant


ISBN : 9781786306968

Publication Date : December 2021

Hardcover 352 pp

165.00 USD

Co-publisher

Description


Combining theory and practice, Website Design and Development with HTML5 and CSS3 is aimed at both beginners who want to design their first website, and experienced developers who want to consolidate their technical skills.

This book addresses the theoretical aspects of HTML5 and CSS3, including: HTML elements, semantic containers, semantic text formatting, multimedia elements, forms, tables, definition and integration of CSS styles, text formatting, and container and box styles. It also encompasses a practical section which presents the process of creating a website, as well as the key rules to apply in order to not only achieve project success, but also to meet user needs. Illustrated by numerous examples, this book includes corrected practical work, structured according to an evolutionary logic ranging from the design of a simple HTML5 page to the creation of a professional website.

Contents


1. The Web and its Future.
2. The Language of the Web: HTML5.
3. Style Sheets: CSS3.
4. Design and Creation of a Website.
5. Practical Exercises.

About the authors


Hassen Ben Rebah is Professor at the Higher Institute of Technological Studies of Mahdia, Tunisia, specializing in web programming and computer security.

Hafedh Boukthir is Professor at the Higher Institute of Technological Studies of Mahdia, Tunisia, and a webmaster and web developer. He specializes in SEO and natural referencing.

Antoine Ch├ędebois, an engineer by training, has been developing websites for nearly twenty years. He is a specialist in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and Python, and is currently the lead developer of an international team of developers at GAFA.