HTML5 Pocket Reference, 5th Edition HD PDF, EPUB

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After HTML 4.01, XHTML 2.0 and DOM Level 2 HTML, in the end, HTML5 was determined to become the new standard of the core markup language of the World Wide Web. The appearance of  HTML5 Pocket Reference, 5th Edition is just equivalent of the clear and accurate guide post in the path to the new Internet industry, designed to help you go along the right path in the HTML5 developing progress.

As the fifth revision of the same book released in 2013, although with only 184 pages, HTML5 Pocket Reference, 5th Edition has been comprehensive enough to keep up to date and responsive to the latest HTML5 trends. If you are an experienced web designer looking for the right HTML 5 elements or attributes to enable your web page or application to work perfectly together with the new and mature network standard, then this convenient reference book is essential.

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