Good day to all, I read David Flanagan 6th in JS, before for web resources and tried to parse markup (html) and css, so first try to learn JS, I started with the Learn-js (the website), but holding the book of David, I realized that all of the video lessons and websites will not discuss in detail every subtlety, thanks to all who respond!
Books on html and css?
IMHO, then you need to start with General books on programming or web from. Html and css are two superprestige things on which to dwell much not worth it. If you take something more specific, such as Canvas or animation, then Yes. But for this we don't need books: various howto will suffice. Theory without practice is dead. If you know the subtleties but do not know how to code, to think, to work, most likely, take someone who does not know all the details, but knows how to code. In the process, a programmer will pull their knowledge. But that's my opinion.