What book on html, css could advise?

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!
March 12th 20 at 07:58
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March 12th 20 at 08:00
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.
I have a different mindset this way, there are people who write divas the whole page without using a typical header*a, what can I say about SEO optimization.
There are people who you mean (a couple of friends *programmers*), and heard the opinion of experienced and good people on these people! They call such *hounokidaira*.
Since the html, css framework to js, it would be good to use all for the purpose of referring to official sources of information, and not those that hits or benefits - finn.DuBuq commented on March 12th 20 at 08:03
there are people who write divas the whole page without using a typical header*a, what can I say about SEO optimization

You saw these people in the pictures or in life?
and heard the opinion of experienced and good people on these people! They call such *hounokidaira*.

I don't mean hounokidaira, I mean junior-s.
Since the html, css framework to js, it would be good to use all for the purpose of referring to official sources of information, and not those that hits or benefits

And I about the same:
developer.mozilla.org
htmlbook.ru
w3schools.com
The information in the book may be out of date even before its release. - Kaelyn.Thomps commented on March 12th 20 at 08:06
@Kaelyn.Thomps, I think it's better the book, after reading it, it is already possible to take over *not outdated information*, although I am sure that the beginner should not worry about its important to understand what is programming, and then with cones and head all the whitespace fixes - finn.DuBuq commented on March 12th 20 at 08:09
@finn.DuBuq,
Mine is still better the book, after reading it, it is already possible to take over *not outdated*

Why do you need to learn the same thing twice? - Kaelyn.Thomps commented on March 12th 20 at 08:12
@Kaelyn.Thomps, So as not to miss the slightest nuances, and to be pros in their field.
The same need to flip through, without repeating the few that come out, it's like a drum beat without thinking about the fact that there are other impacts. - finn.DuBuq commented on March 12th 20 at 08:15

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