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Upgrade Your HTML III

Upgrade Your HTML III.

Upgrade Your HTML is the book series for HTML craftspeople and minimalists. It stands for everything that leads to more effective and efficient use of HTML.

In Upgrade Your HTML III, HTML and CSS optimizer Jens Oliver Meiert takes 10 additional HTML examples from real websites to analyze, explain, and improve the respective markup.

Apart from discussing the appropriate use and subtleties of HTML elements, this edition touches on code consistency, class use, bundler output, but also poem markup, link types,—and even declaration repetition.

“[The purpose of the book is to] use judgement in adding ‘features’ into your code and even to reconsider what you might have used for no good reason, or for reasons that are no more valid.”—Jukka K. Korpela

Upgrade Your HTML III
AuthorJens Oliver Meiert
Year2021
Last update2021
Pages37
TypeEbook
SellersAmazon · Apple Books · Kobo · Google Play Books · Gumroad · Leanpub · SitePoint
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Upgrade Your HTML II

Upgrade Your HTML II.

Upgrade Your HTML is the book series for HTML craftspeople and minimalists.

In Upgrade Your HTML II, HTML and CSS optimizer Jens Oliver Meiert takes 10 additional HTML examples from real websites to review and condense the respective markup.

Keep document structures simpler, use semantically more appropriate markup, write less HTML, question certain techniques, deal more intelligently with third-party code—there are many ways to improve HTML code.

“While his approach is radical in some cases, the message counts: analyze, scrutinize, optimize.”—Manuel Matuzović (HTMHell)

Upgrade Your HTML II
AuthorJens Oliver Meiert
Year2020
Last update2021
Pages33
TypeEbook
SellersAmazon · Apple Books · Kobo · Google Play Books · Gumroad · Leanpub · SitePoint
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The Web Development Glossary

The Web Development Glossary.

The Web Development Glossary is probably the largest of its kind. With more than 2,000 terms and explanations it acquaints and reunites you with the major standards and concepts of the Web, with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, accessibility, security, performance, code quality, internationalization, localization, editors and tooling and more.

The glossary then goes beyond web development, touching on computer science, design, typography, usability and user experience, information as well as project management, other disciplines of interest and relevance to the modern developer. It goes beyond, inspiring the curiosity to learn more about the Web and the people creating and using it. And still it is a glossary, of a couple of thousand terms for developers, leaning on (and giving back to) Wikipedia and the MDN Web Docs.

The Web Development Glossary
AuthorJens Oliver Meiert
Year2020
Last update2022
Pages340
SellersApple Books · Kobo · Google Play Books · Gumroad · Leanpub · SitePoint
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Upgrade Your HTML

Upgrade Your HTML.

HTML is super-popular. Everyone can write HTML. Or can they? In the spirit that everything can be tweaked and optimized, Upgrade Your HTML is a first light book in a playful series to review and improve real-life examples of HTML.

Not shyly but always constructively does Jens Oliver Meiert, someone who has written a lot of HTML and who makes his own life difficult so that he can write even more HTML, go through ten samples to ponder and upgrade the respective markup.

If you’re a web developer, you know HTML. Check out and follow Upgrade Your HTML to nod (or shake your head) exploring old and new problems surrounding uses of the beloved HyperText Markup Language.

Upgrade Your HTML
AuthorJens Oliver Meiert
Year2019
Last update2021
Pages27
TypeEbook
SellersAmazon · Apple Books · Kobo · Google Play Books · Gumroad · Leanpub · SitePoint
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Das kleine Buch der HTML-/CSS-Frameworks (German)

Das kleine Buch der HTML-/CSS-Frameworks.

HTML-/CSS-Frameworks wie Bootstrap prägen den Alltag in der Webentwicklung. Warum und wann aber sollte man ein Framework verwenden? Wann ergibt es Sinn, selbst ein Framework zu entwickeln? Das kleine Buch der HTML-/CSS-Frameworks teilt grundlegende Gedanken sowie Tipps und Tricks zu sowohl Gebrauch als auch Entwicklung von Frameworks.

Das kleine Buch der HTML-/CSS-Frameworks
AuthorJens Oliver Meiert
Year2019
Last update2022
Pages47
TypeEbook
SellersAmazon · Google Play Books · Gumroad · Leanpub
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CSS Optimization Basics

CSS Optimization Basics.

Are you unsure about your style sheets’ quality, or whether you’ve maxed out your options? CSS Optimization Basics covers the necessary mindsets, discusses the main optimization methods, and presents useful resources to write higher quality CSS.

CSS Optimization Basics
AuthorJens Oliver Meiert
Year2018
Last update2022
Pages42
TypeEbook
SellersAmazon · Apple Books · Kobo · Google Play Books · Gumroad · Leanpub · SitePoint
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