HTML for RWD—Learn the HTML You Need in a Free Chapter

Sams Teach Yourself Responsive Web Design in 24 Hours
Sams Teach Yourself Responsive Web Design in 24 Hours

While responsive web design uses CSS to adjust web designs to respond to the devices viewing the page, you need to start with good HTML. Chapter 5 of my latest book Sams Teach Yourself Responsive Web Design in 24 Hours helps you learn the basics of HTML so that you’re ready to create a responsive website.

In chapter 5, you will learn:

  • How to write HTML for RWD
  • How to build a basic web page with HTML5
  • What semantic elements are and how to use them
  • Why valid HTML is important

And this chapter is available for free on the Informit website.

Note that if you’re a complete novice to HTML, this chapter will only be a starting place. It’s intended as an introduction to the minimum HTML you might need to do RWD. If you need to learn HTML, you should check out my first Sams book: Sams Teach Yourself HTML5 in 24 Hours (get a copy).

4 thoughts on “HTML for RWD—Learn the HTML You Need in a Free Chapter

  1. I am going to get your book about the Bootstrap framework when it’s published. Will I be able to use the Bootstrap material with Expression Web 4 on which I made my two websites years ago? Or should I just junk EW4 and start fresh?

    I hope you’re working night and day on the new book so that it will be available soon.

    1. I haven’t used EW in years, so I’m not really up on what its capabilities are. But if you can edit the HTML code directly, you should be able to edit Bootstrap sites in it. Good luck! And thanks for letting me know.

  2. I bought the Responsive Web Design book a few years ago. I am now back looking at redoing and old site for mobile devices. Where can I get the code samples in the book for download. Thanks.

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