Free computers and the internet Kindle books for 26 Nov 18

A Beginner’s Guide to Learning HTML (and Smacking Zombies Upside the Web Development) (Undead Institute)

by John Rhea

If you’re putting anything up on the web, learning HTML will help you make cleaner, clearer content, whether you’re embarking on a new career in web development or just adding another weapon to your zombie fighting arsenal.

But so many books about HTML are boring, technical and great for the insomniac. Plus you barely get to kill any zombies in them! Not so here. You’ll be taking zombies out left and right as you learn about HTML, how it works, and put it into action. You may have heard of “smarter” or “better” ways to learn HTML and they are, but this book builds on those techniques with lots of practice adding both fun and analogies that help the concepts stick like zombies to an apocalypse.

What You’ll Learn

Besides learning how to punch a zombie in the HTML5, you’ll learn the major HTML elements that make up a modern web page and how to put them to good use. You’ll learn the structural underpinnings of a web page, how to mark up text, how to wrangle attributes, and ways to embed images, audio, and video. By the time you’re done you’ll have a good handle on the basic tenants of HTML (the foundation of the web) and how to build your own simple web page.

How You’ll Learn

You won’t just passively take in the content, though. You’ll use guided tutorials to better understand each tag and concept, and get a handle on how they work. All the code and directions are provided as both codepen tutorials and downloadable html files. You can work with them on the codepen site or on your own device.


The author teaches from his professional, first hand knowledge of HTML5. But not every website you work on will be the latest and greatest. Often in your journey across the post-apocalyptic web-scape you’ll find sites that are zombies in and of themselves. Here you’ll learn both the latest and greatest and the tags that just won’t die, giving you the tools you need to update, maintain, and conquer any site you come across.

There’s no reason good learning can’t live right along side good fun. So grab your computer, grab your sense of humor and hit that buy button. We’ve got sites to build.

Formerly titled HTML: The Language That Never Dies

Responsive Design: An Undead Introduction (Undead Institute)

by John Rhea

Most coding books are as dry as a zombie’s back side, but they don’t have to be.

This book combines zombies, humor and web development to not only help you learn about responsive design, but to retain it too.

In today’s multi-device culture you need to be ready to bash zombies anywhere you are. Whether you’re staring at a monitor the size of an army tank or one that you’ve strapped to your wrist the website has gotta load for maximum zombie punishment. Responsive Design is a framework of code and processes and approaches that will make your website (and zombie destruction) as versatile as the screens thrown at it.

Owls Guide to HTML & CSS

by Tushar Goel

HTML is the foundation language for all web pages. Learn how to use HTML to create web pages with this easy step by step introduction to HTML.

Table of Content
1. Introduction to HTML
2. Texts
3. Links
4. Lists
5. Tables
6. Images
7. Media
8. Forms
9. HTML 5 Canvas
10. Introduction to CSS
11. Texts
12. Colors
13. Tables, Lists, Forms
14. Images
15. Layouts

ODMC, il modello aperto per la gestione degli Open Data: Open Data Management Cycle (Italian Edition)

by Giovani Spagnolo

Open Data Management Cycle. Un modello di processi organizzativi per la gestione dei Dati Aperti.
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