Instructor Resources Now Available for HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites

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New academic resources correspond with best-selling book to assist instructors in teaching web design and development courses

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HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites

HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites has quickly become a favorite among designers and instructors as an excellent reference and course companion.

John Wiley & Sons, Inc. announces new resources for web design and development tutors. This extensive set of animated lecture slides and Q+A sheets corresponds with Jon Duckett’s best-selling book HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites (Wiley, 978-1-1180-0818-8, November 2011,

  •      Animated Lecture Slides: in both Keynote and PowerPoint formats to assist in teaching students in a visually engaging manner. Each presentation corresponds to a specific chapter in HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites. Instructors are free to modify the slides, as needed, to work with class lectures.
  •      Question and Answer Sheets: a set of questions corresponding with each chapter of the book to test students’ understanding of the topic, as well as answer sheets for instructors. The Q+A Sheets are simple to print and hand out to students, and can be useful in monitoring the progress of classes.

HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites has quickly become a favorite among designers and instructors as an excellent reference and course companion. It has achieved widespread acclaim for its groundbreaking design approach, which teaches code in a highly visual manner. Each page of the book introduces a new topic using straightforward explanations accompanied by bite-sized code samples. At the end of each chapter there is an in-depth example that puts together the techniques it has covered. The academic resources were created with the same attention to detail as the book, providing up-to-date, visually inspiring tools for those teaching HTML & CSS.

In a recent book review for HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites, Patrick McNeil, author of The Web Designers' Idea Book and content director for HOW Interactive Design, states, “If you’re trying to learn code for the first time, this book will be a remarkable companion. And as someone who coaches many designers moving into the development world, I’ve found a new go-to manual.” McNeil continues, “Bottom line, if you’re relatively new to HTML and CSS, this book will be an invaluable asset. I definitely expect to see it showing up as required reading in the design departments of many universities.”

HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites is available for purchase online and at retailers nationwide. Educational discounts for bulk purchases of the book are available via Wiley’s academic sales representatives.

Additional information and video overview of instructor resources available at Press images of the book available at

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