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"I'm really impressed with this 'soup to nuts' book...This really is a 'from the ground up' compendium of everything you'd need to know, from a *designer's* standpoint, of how to author for the web, even coming from a print background."
-- Leo Marihart, Brain Scratch

"This handsome new edition of Learning Web Design can be your how-to, go-to handbook for a long time, whether you are a newbie or already have web experience."
-- Si Dunn, Sagecreek Productions

"A perfect book for HTML/CSS/JS introduction and learning. Also is a good reference book because it's well structured, is easy to search by topic and jump to related topics. The exercises are easy and you only need a good text editor."
-- Orozco Lopez Victor Leonel "tuxtor",

"The book tells you not only how to do stuff, it tells you why and when it is right to do so."
-- Boanerges Aleman-Meza "aleman",

"The book is well organized and well paced for beginners. The book is also an excellent reference guide for intermediate-level web designers who want to fine tune their skills."
-- H. Collins,

"If you want to build a website and you have limited or no desgn expertise this book is a wonderful place to start. The author takes you slowly but thoroughly through the process of building a web page and on to creating a web site with multiple pages that will adapt for viewing on mobile devices."
-- Barry Brown, Barry's Musings, SIR Area 2, CAT Group

"[Niederst Robbins] has accomplished the seemingly impossible task of bringing together all of the basic concepts of web design into a comprehensive, organized, and well-written volume. Now in its fourth edition, "Learning Web Design," with its all-in-one approach, should be considered the quintessential textbook and reference for the beginning to intermediate student and/or practitioner of web design."
-- J. E. Brandon, CHOICE Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Michigan State University Library

"Trying to learn how to write a Web site from scratch? If you’re just looking around online for how to do it, good luck! It’s not as simple as it might seem to learn about HTML, CSS, and Javascript. That’s where Jennifer Niederst Robbins’s book, Learning Web Design: A Beginner’s… " Full Review >
-- Chris Harback,

"Designing web sites requires a number of skills, including marking up the content in HTML and styling the pages in CSS. Learning Web Design covers the latest advancements in HTML5 and CSS3 as well as some JavaScript basics to create … Continue reading →" Full Review >
-- Ryan Holman,