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HTML5 Pocket Reference HTML5 Pocket Reference is the classic reference that web designers and developers have been keeping close at hand for more than thirteen years. This fifth edition has been updated to reflect the current state of HTML5, including the HTML5 Candidate Recommendation, the emerging HTML5.1 Working Draft, and the living WHATWG standard. Full description


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7 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
As an ebook this is the worst one 16 janvier 2014
Par JuanPablo Jofre - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This review is about the ebook format of this book, not necessarily about the content (which I hope is good in paper format); I have a Kindle DX with all my technical books, for easier reading while coding or studying.

I bought the book to have a handy reference of all HTML5 tags, while I'm coding; so I could easily look up any tag reference, one would have assumed.

Well, it is impossible to find the tag you are looking for unless you advance each page of the book until you find the tag you want to know about.
The table of contents will let you go any where in the book with the exception of the tags in the alphabetical list of Elements (aka tags) !!!. There is also section, in the content, named 'Elements Organized by Function' that covers the grand schema of the elements (tags); so, you can go to the 'Tables' subsection in the hope that you'll find the text links to the alphabetical reference... that was also a good idea that ended there. The 'Tables' subsection contains, in one line, all the tags related to tables with no link to the reference section; at least they are sorted in alphabetical order, so you can copy all ten of them to a paper page and start advancing pages without having to go back.
You won't believe this... In the 'Table of Contents' there is an entry that says 'Index'; I clicked on the link (remember, I use a Kindle DX... no mouse here, no touchscreen either). Advanced page, several times, until I got to the T letter, searched for 'Table' and found "table element" with no link or page number to go to. On the sunny side, at least I know this reference book has content for the concept I'm trying to lookup... it is just a few advance pages ahead.

If the Editor (not the Writer) would have done his/hers job in barely minimum acceptable way; the editor would have found that the digital version of the book was useless and would have had the Indexer to add the required links to the digital version of the book. Don't get me wrong here... indexing a technical book is a highly skilled art, there are very few good indexers; indexing content is an intense and time consuming task. Indexing is an art as described by Michelangelo when asked about how he sculpted the 'David', he said: "It is easy. You just chip away the stone that doesn't look like David."

I hope those people who bought the paper edition will write a good review of this reference (content wise), to me this is a dead book. The only thing remaining is to wait for an update to this digital version of the book.

With my best regards,

JuanPablo Jofre
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Exactly what I was looking for 21 novembre 2013
Par R. D Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Quick, convenient alphabetical reference to HTML5 syntax right at my fingertips. I still find dead-tree books quicker to navigate than websites or Kindles (sorry Amazon) for this type of information. Each entry is tagged as to whether it is "not in HTML 4.01", HTML5 only, W3C or WHATWG. The appendixes list the common character entries and give an XHTML syntax overview. The front matter contains a concise list of HTML5 event handlers (ondrop, ondrag, etc.), and an excellent list of all the HTML5 elements organized by function appears just after the last alphabetic element entry. Another superb O'Reilly Pocket Reference.
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Perfect... 1 janvier 2014
Par Jennifer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is the perfect pocket reference for HTML. I've been looking for this book for a long time. It explains the tags and attributes perfectly. I'm so thankful for having found this.
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HTML 5 is HTML on steriods! 2 février 2014
Par Andre Choquette - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Programming in the old HTML has been the only way to get the website out there. Wanting to learn the differences between HTML and HTML 5, this book was awesome. Suggest this for someone who know's HTML as this is a reference and not a start from scratch book.
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Good reference 2 février 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
These little pocket books are not designed to be exhaustive. They are references. I'm not terribly picky about my reference books. As long as they have usable information that you can find quickly, I am happy and this one seems to fit the bill. What I like about this one is that it has an example at the end of each item. I'm pretty new to HTML5 so this is helpful for me.
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