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Book Reviewed: Designing with Web Standards by Jeffrey Zeldman

July 20th, 2009

The title of Jeffrey Zeldman’s book (Designing with Web Standards) says it all – this book promoted accessible, usable, search engine friendly web design and development through the use of XHTML and CSS while debunking the myths surrounding web standards. Zeldman is a well recognized name among web developers and designers – he’s the the founder of A List Apart, and co-founder of The Web Standards Project (WaSP). His writing is entertaining, witty, easy to read, and insightful – it’s very much like the content we’re used to reading at A List Apart. It’s also fair to mention that this book has been edited by industy experts and influencial writers like Eric Myer. Any developer that works with the web should read this book along with JavaScript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford.

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