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Posted 11 Oct 2013I completely agree with you on the coursework being valuable for learning all things web, however, you can easily find these resources online. I mean, even W3schools.comhas value to a beginning web developer (although I would suggest that once you are grounded in the basics, you move onto better resources, like the Mozilla Developers Network Mozilla Developers Link). The question was what texts are valuable, and my answer to that question is that online resources are a better, more up to date, and usually cheaper alternative to buying and reading books.
I don't discount books completely, like I said, they provide a good reference, but rather than spend money on them, and take the time to read them, just look for developer tool networks and learn there. In HTML/CSS, the basics never really change; a <head> tag will probably always be the same, linking documents to a webpage won't change, there isn't much to cover beyond that. As far as design, no book is going to keep you current better than online information, or developer blogs. It just isn't possible.
Posted 11 Oct 2013I am just starting to design a HTML website but this is first time. I need some books for reference.
Can You please suggest me some books for HTML Designing?
In addition to what BetaWar said, Web Design and Development changes so quickly now, that the only thing you would get out of reading almost any book is the basic foundations of HTML/CSS design. While that might sound like a worthy endeavor for you, honestly I would suggest picking at/copying source code(for non-commerical use of course) and messing with it. Just google something simple, "Cool website designs", then right-click and view source. See what's going on. That's how you should learn web development. Books are mainly used for reference.
Posted 13 May 2013
Posted 13 May 2013Daft Punk is and always will be the best House group around. Who doesn't like a little robo-voice breakdown?
Posted 13 May 2013I want to do something like this
but it throw me an error i know i can make it like this style='color:red'
but i want to keep things as it is .. how do i slow this problam
You don't use out.println to write HTML. You would use the out.write method, preferably printing each significant HTML tag on its own line, like so:
out.write("<html>"); out.write("<head>"); out.write("</head>"); out.write("<body>"); out.write("<h1 style='color:red'>Hello</h1>"); //write main portion of html code here out.write("</body>"); out.write("</html>");
Hope this helps a bit.
Appended: I forgot to mention, you would use out.println in a scriptlet. Here is a link to one tutorial: Scriptlets
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