Web Site Crash Course

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Want to amp up your web design skills for a better WordPress site? Even a little HTML and CSS knowledge can elevate your site above generic and give it some pizzazz. I know enough to have taken the 2012 theme and make it my own. I would love to learn more, which is why I eagerly grabbed Robin Nixon’s Crash Course books. Four are being offered free for the Kindle on Amazon. These books are usually $9.99 each, so this is a huge freebie. It’s also a limited time offer, so don’t wait.

I make no guarantees on something remaining free. Be sure to check the price before you hit the 1-Click button.

  HTML & HTML5 Crash Course by Robin Nixon
Whether you are a professional or amateur web developer you need all the HTML5 tools in your kit, and this book from the author of the best-selling Learning PHP, MySQL & JavaSript, is the fastest and easiest way there is to learn HTML5. HTML5 is the future of HTML and all developers need to get up-to-speed with what it offers, including audio and video, without using a plug-in, and a canvas area with professional tools for creating paths, lines, curves, shapes, fills, gradients, patterns, text and more.

  CSS & CSS3 Crash Course by Robin Nixon
From the author of the top-selling book “Learning PHP, MySQL & JavaScript”, and the popular “Robin Nixon’s HTML5 Crash Course”, this new CSS & CSS 3 course teaches you everything you need to know about the web layout language, all the way from the basics, up to advanced features such as animations, transformations, shadows, web font management and much, much more. Everything is clearly explained with plenty of examples and figures, and you will absolutely find this one of the easiest courses you have ever taken. Once you’ve completed it, you’ll completely understand CSS and CSS3, and be fully confident of how to use it to make really impressive and dynamic web pages.

  JavaScript Crash Course by Robin Nixon
If you know HTML and/or CSS and want to take your skills to the next level, or even if you are a complete web novice, you really need to learn JavaScript. Not only is it the language behind the smooth and dynamic operation of Web 2.0 websites like Facebook, Twitter and Gmail, but in conjunction with HTML5 it’s also the standard means Microsoft supports for creating Windows 8 apps – JavaScript is definitely the future for Windows! So, whether you want to simply add a little functionality to your website, such as smooth menus that pop up and down, image transition effects, user-friendly form handling and verification, or anything else that’s more than a simple, flat HTML/CSS design, JavaScript is the way to go.

  PHP Crash Course by Robin Nixon
If you know HTML and/or CSS and want to take your skills to the next level, or even if you are a complete web novice, you really need to learn PHP. Not only is it available free either pre-installed or ready-to-install on almost all web servers, it’s also extremely fast and flexible too. Long gone are the days when you had to compile unwieldy C programs in order to add dynamic functionality to websites, because PHP provides everything you need with simple commands you embed in your web pages (in much the same way you do with JavaScript). What’s more, PHP is easy. If you’ve ever tried to learn it and been put off by a plethora of jargon and technical mumbo-jumbo then you’re in for a real treat, because Robin Nixon’s Crash Courses have helped tens of thousands of people learn the new skills they need.

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Disclaimers and Disclosures

I found these books via Amazon’s Kindle eBooks store. Resources for free Kindle and other format eBooks are listed in my sidebar.

These freebies are limited time offers, so there is no guarantee any of these books will still be free when you click on the links. Grab them sooner rather than later.

Books that I have previously listed will occasionally come up free again. I add those to my current posts for people who didn’t see them the first time.

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