Web design for dummies (about this book) – As a reference book, you have the luxury of reading this book any way you like. You don’t have to remember anything you read because the answer you are seeking will always be at your fingertips. Feel free to jump around from chapter to chapter, reading particular sections of the book as the needs arise, or go ahead and read this book from cover to cover like a sort of how-to manual to understand the craft of Web design. The book itself is divided into five minibooks, which are each divided into several selfcontained
chapters on a variety of particular topics.
Everything you find in this book is written simply and straightforwardly so that you can get right to the task at hand instead of having to wade through complicated technical details. When there is something of note, like the introduction of a new term, a special tip, or some geeky technical information that I think you should know, I let you know by putting an icon in the margin so that you can choose whether to read or ignore that material. Other than that, you find detailed, step-by-step instructions and easy-tounderstand descriptions of the topics at hand.
Above all, this book is written to help make you comfortable with all the aspects that relate to the process of Web design. It is my sincere hope that you will use this book frequently and consider it the main go-to resource of your Web-design library.