HTML5 & CSS3 for Beginners: Your Guide to Easily Learn HTML5 & CSS3 Programming in 7 Days is a detailed and comprehensive book on the most core languages to build websites. The step-by-step guides will help beginners in creating HTML5 codes for their web pages and customizing those codes with the corresponding CSS3 styles. For more advanced business owners, web creators, and bloggers, the book can be an enlightening reference and lessons to enhance their coding skill and stay up-to-date with the latest standard.
Web Design Blueprints by Benjamin LaGrone is a helpful guide book for anyone who wants to build websites and applications using the latest techniques in modern web development. Since now literally everybody uses mobile phones and/or tablets, websites no longer a “commodity” mainly for computer users (desktop or laptop). More and more people access webs from their gadget. And this situation brings some new challenges for web designers and builders.
WordPress All-in-One for Dummies by Lisa Sabin-Wilson is a well-written and complete guide on how to build the website of your dream. As research has shown, WordPress is the most used web platform on the internet. Thousands of customizations are available for plugins and themes, either to maximize performance or beautify the look, either free or paid. All of those options give you the opportunity to create the perfect web that best-suites your needs.
Originally published in 1993, Ramones: An American Band by Jim Bessman is a well-written biography of Ramones, iconic American punk rock band with indisputable influence in music. Bessman is a music journalist who actually knew the band. And it gave him vast access to Ramones and their inner circle. With such access, Bessman conducted many interviews where he collected valuable stories and anecdotes from the band members and their family, friends, and crew.
First published in 195, Hammer of the Gods by Stephen Davis (subtitled The Led Zeppelin Saga) is a controversial biography of legendary rock band, Led Zeppelin. Davis used to be a journalist for the Rolling Stone magazine and joined the band for two week while they did their U.S. tour in 1975. Davis did numerous interviews with the band members, tour crews, friends, and even lovers. From those interviews, Davis retells many colorful and shocking stories of unbelievable “sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll” madness connected with Led Zeppelin. All band members and most people around them denied most of the stories. However, who is telling the truth here?
First published in 2001, Heavier Than Heaven by Charles R Cross is a bestselling Kurt Cobain biography. With the intention of writing a definitive book on Kurt, Cross conducted hundreds of interview and years of research. All the hard work is reflected in how book presents deep and multidimensional perspective on Kurt Cobain. It wonderfully chronicles Kurt’s life journey, how art and music (especially punk rock) became his savior, his success as the “godfather” of grunge with his legendary band, Nirvana, and sadly, how that monumental success brought a tragic end for him.
Nirvana success was a global music phenomenon that came to a sudden stop when the band singer/songwriter, Kurt Cobain, tragically took his own life in 1994. Same as with many geniuses in music history, there were many amazing, exceptional, and sometimes weird things about him. Most of those things were expressed in Kurt’s songs, with his band Nirvana. However, many others were kept secret in his more personal diaries, notes, (unsent) letters, and artworks. In the book Journals by Kurt Cobain, private documents of a great icons are revealed to public for the first time.