By Jon Ducket
Understanding HTML and CSS can help anyone who works with the web; designers can create more attractive and usable sites, website editors can create better content, marketers can communicate with their audience more effectively, and managers can commission better sites and get the best out of their teams.
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This book teaches you how to use HTML to create a website that is easy to navigate and upload it to a server. It contains HTML basics, Layout and Navigation, Interactivity, Advanced Layout,etc
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This tutorial will teach you basics of Bootstrap Framework using which you can create web projects with ease. Tutorial is divided into sections such as Bootstrap Basic Structure, Bootstrap CSS, Bootstrap Layout Components and Bootstrap Plugins. Each of these sections contain related topics with simple and useful examples.
By CIW Certified
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By Hans-Petter Halvorsen
This material covers Visual Studio, Web programming, ASP.NET, Working with DataBases, etc.
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This training guide is designed for information technology (IT) professionals who develop or plan to develop HTML documents such as webpages or Windows Store applications. It is assumed that, before you begin using this guide, you are familiar with web development and common Internet technologies.
This tutorial will teach you the basics of WordPress using which you can create websites with ease. The tutorial is divided into various sections for convenience. Each of these sections contain related topics with screenshots explaining the WordPress admin screens
By Template Toaster
This free ebook is a boon to those who are aggressively searching for feasible and cost effective ways of designing a website. And in order to do so, Wordpress is the most plausible platform to get your hands on. This material handles Wordpress from the scratch.
By Brad Williams, David Damstra and Hal Stern
This book was designed for readers to develop a knowledge of WordPress from the inside out, focusing on the internal structure and fl ow of the core code as well as the data model on which that code operates
Stig Sæther Bakken, Alexander Aulbach, Egon Schmid, Jim Winstead, Lars Torben Wilson, Rasmus Lerdorf, Andrei Zmievski, and Jouni Ahto
This manual consists primarily of a function reference, but also contains a language reference, explanations of some of PHP's major features, and other supplemental information.
By Matt Doyle
Welcome to Beginning PHP 5.3 ! This book teaches you how to build interactive Web sites and applications using PHP, one of the most popular Web programming languages in use today. Using PHP you can create anything from a simple form - to - email script all the way up to a Web forum application, a blogging platform, a content management system, or the next big Web 2.0 sensation. The sky is the limit!
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This updated edition teaches you everything you need to know to create effective web applications with features from PHP 5.x. You will start with the big picture and then dive into syntax, programming techniques and other details using examples that illustrates both correct usage and common idioms.
By Robin Nixon
This book is for people who wish to learn how to create effective and dynamic websites. This may include webmasters or graphic designers who are already creating static websites but wish to take their skills to the next level, as well as high school and college students, recent graduates, and self-taught individuals.
This manual describes the PHP extensions and interfaces that can be used with MySQL.
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By Ron Patton This book, Software Testing, will introduce you to the basics of software testing, teaching you not just the fundamental technical skills but also the supporting skills necessary to become a successful software tester. You will learn how to immediately find problems in any computer program, how to plan an effective test approach, how to clearly report your findings, and how to tell when your software is ready for release.