Shelves: web-design-and-development , favorites I have been building websites since tables were the latest and greatest in the web and animated gifs were everywhere. Once this book came out I had an argument with employers and clients as to why things had to be done differently because it was finally a discussion of web standards to a much larger audience. If you are in the web design and development field today it I have been building websites since tables were the latest and greatest in the web and animated gifs were everywhere. If you are in the web design and development field today it might be easy to look at this book and say "well of course!
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Summary[ edit ] Written by Jeffrey Zeldman , a leading proponent of standards-compliant web design, Designing with Web Standards guides the reader on how to better utilize web standards pragmatically to create accessible, user-friendly web sites.
Designing with Web Standards reiterates many of the arguments previously advanced by the Web Standards Project to highlight the benefits of standards-compliant web design. It has received generally positive feedback, with a four out of five-star rating on Amazon. Some critics have said that the book is aimed more at web design novices and mentions a few out-of-date browsers, and is devoid of a lot of detail.
This section of the book addressed marketers and site owners as well as web developers and designers. The second section of the book was a how-to for designers and developers.
How-to books were common in the web industry, although almost none at the time taught web standards. What made the first edition of Designing with Web Standards unique was its focus on making the case for forwarding compatibility, accessibility, and SEO to all who own, manage or use web sites, not just developers.
Web Standards[ edit ] Web standards simply mean web layout rules which are very basics and important for every web developer. Tutorials Bites Translations[ edit ] Designing with Web Standards has been translated into 15 different languages, including for the last edition Italian, Chinese, Hungarian, Polish and Portuguese.
When he was eight, they moved to Connecticut , and at age thirteen, they moved to Pittsburgh. In the early years, the site included a humorous treatise on Lawrence Welk ,  free icons and backgrounds for visitors to use, and a web design tutorial titled "Ask Dr. Print publications[ edit ] Zeldman has authored two books, Taking your Talent to the Web, which was published in ,  and Designing with Web Standards , which first came out in ,  and appeared in two revised editions, one in ,  and one in In , Zeldman expanded his publishing work beyond web magazines with the creation of the A Book Apart imprint. Its books are designed to be quick reads and treat advanced topics in web design with a strong point of view. Meyer founded An Event Apart, "the design conference for people who make websites.
Designing with Web standards
Great Performance Shame About the Size. Eric Meyer calls me the grandfather. Designing With Web Standards by Jeffrey Zeldman Marcus Intram rated it really liked it Mar 29, The first four chapters of this book are fluffy reasons why to design with web standards. I should use the technique from this guy. Such pages looked the same in all browsers of a certain age such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape Navigator 4but were often inaccessible to people with disabilities. Unblocked a lot of the nonsense caused by the browser wars.