Reviewing HTML & CSS

I am more than ecstatic to see one of my web design endeavors up and running and looking great.  Although I didn’t make many design decisions for the new Kids’ Site, I feel an immense sense of accomplishment.  I am very thankful to the team of stellar web designers who made this happen.  For almost a year, this has been an ongoing project for me and everyone involved.  Now I am off to a new project and this one requires that I renew my HTML and CSS knowledge.

To renew my HTML and CSS knowledge, I have using a really fun book. HTML&CSS: design and build websites by Jon Duckett is not only visually appealing but is very well written.

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p style=”text-align: left;”> HTML&CSSSince I took an Information Architecture course  with University of Wisconsin-Madison, I have interest  in learning HTML5 and CSS3.  In Information  Architecture, I learned how to hand-code a basic  website using validated HTML4 and CSS2 code.  Many  websites have shifted to using HTML5 and CSS3 and my  own site uses it.  I can certainly use a review of HTML  and CSS for my own site and also for my work.