On 18 October 2010 15:06, Ethan Rosenberg <eth...@earthlink.net> wrote:
> Dear List -
> I posted part of this question on the general list.  I am posting here just
> in case this list did not see the post.  This should NOT be taken as any
> type of negative reference to the general list, the members of which have
> furnished me excellent help.
> Question:
> What books would your recommend to learn HTML/CSS, MySQL and PHP?  The books
> should start from the basic level and proceed to the intermediate/advanced
> level.
> Thanks.
> Ethan

Learning HTML/CSS, MySQL and PHP ...

On my desk I have php|Architect's Guide to PHP Design Patterns,
php|Architect's Zend PHP 5 Certification Guide, Microsoft's Code
Complete, The Gang of 4 and Jan Goyvaerts Regular Expression Cookbook.

For my HTML and CSS, I use online references and validators - most of
the time I build small chunks and use them as templates.

I use MS SQL, so I have MS BOL (Books OnLine).

My JS work is done mainly using PrototypeJS, so there manual is online.

And of course, there is the PHP manual at docs.php.net.

Richard Quadling
Twitter : EE : Zend
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