Upgrade Your HTML

Latest release: May 8, 2024
Series
5
Books

About this ebook series

HTML is super-popular. Everyone can write HTML. Or can they? In the spirit that everything can be tweaked and optimized, Upgrade Your HTML is a first light book in a playful series to review and improve real-life examples of HTML.


Not shyly but always constructively does Jens Oliver Meiert, someone who has written a lot of HTML and who makes his own life difficult so that he can write even more HTML, go through ten samples to ponder and upgrade the respective markup.


If you’re a web developer, you know HTML. Check out and follow Upgrade Your HTML to nod (or shake your head) exploring old and new problems surrounding uses of the beloved HyperText Markup Language.


→ This is the book if you enjoy the intricacies of working with HTML.

Upgrade Your HTML: 10 Examples to Improve Your Markup
Book 1 · Oct 2019 ·
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HTML is super-popular. Everyone can write HTML. Or can they? In the spirit that everything can be tweaked and optimized, Upgrade Your HTML is a first light book in a playful series to review and improve real-life examples of HTML.


Not shyly but always constructively does Jens Oliver Meiert, someone who has written a lot of HTML and who makes his own life difficult so that he can write even more HTML, go through ten samples to ponder and upgrade the respective markup.


If you’re a web developer, you know HTML. Check out and follow Upgrade Your HTML to nod (or shake your head) exploring old and new problems surrounding uses of the beloved HyperText Markup Language.


→ This is the book if you enjoy the intricacies of working with HTML.

Upgrade Your HTML II: 10 More Examples to Improve Your Markup
Book 2 · Nov 2020 ·
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Upgrade Your HTML is the book series for HTML craftspeople and minimalists.


In Upgrade Your HTML II, HTML and CSS optimizer Jens Oliver Meiert takes 10 additional HTML examples from real websites to review and condense the respective markup.


Keep document structures simpler, use semantically more appropriate markup, write less HTML, question certain techniques, deal more intelligently with third-party code—there are many ways to improve HTML code.


“While his approach is radical in some cases, the message counts: analyze, scrutinize, optimize.”—Manuel Matuzović (HTMHell)


→ This is the book if you enjoy the intricacies of working with HTML.

Upgrade Your HTML III: 10 More Examples to Improve Your Markup
Book 3 · May 2021 ·
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Upgrade Your HTML is the book series for HTML craftspeople and minimalists. It stands for everything that leads to more effective and efficient use of HTML.


In Upgrade Your HTML III, HTML and CSS optimizer Jens Oliver Meiert takes 10 additional HTML examples from real websites to analyze, explain, and improve the respective markup.


Apart from discussing the appropriate use and subtleties of HTML elements, this edition touches on code consistency, class use, bundler output, but also poem markup, link types,—and even declaration repetition.


“[The purpose of the book is to] use judgement in adding ‘features’ into your code and even to reconsider what you might have used for no good reason, or for reasons that are no more valid.”—Jukka K. Korpela


→ This is the book if you enjoy the intricacies of working with HTML.

Upgrade Your HTML IV: 10 More Examples to Improve Your Markup
Book 4 · Nov 2022 ·
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Upgrade Your HTML is the book series for HTML craftspeople and minimalists.


In Upgrade Your HTML IV, HTML and CSS optimizer Jens Oliver Meiert takes 10 more examples of HTML from actual websites in order to analyze, explain, and improve the respective markup.


Apart from discussing the appropriate use and the subtleties of HTML elements, this edition covers general topics like conformance, maintainability, and the balancing of optimization vectors. It also covers topics like attribute minimization, void elements, metadata, table buttons and button links, and even CSS art.


“Optimizing and minimizing HTML and checking if there are more appropriate elements or attributes to use is a helpful exercise, because it can improve accessibility while you learn about new features.”—Simon Pieters


→ This is the book if you enjoy the intricacies of working with HTML.

Upgrade Your HTML V: New Examples to Optimize Your Markup
Book 5 · May 2024 ·
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Upgrade Your HTML is the book series for HTML craftspeople and minimalists.


In Upgrade Your HTML V, HTML and CSS optimizer Jens Oliver Meiert takes more examples of HTML to analyze, explain, and improve the respective markup.


In this edition, find tables from the past; new HTML elements; (not) being managed by code; law and order in scripts; “hidden” and seek; preload requests; intermissions; mysterious chapter names; keyboard shortcuts; microdata; and plenty of appreciation for the craft of HTML.


“There are ways to improve performance by showing extra care about what you add to your HTML document, and anticipating the content. Going beyond the basics and into the nuances of HTML syntax and semantics is the value you’ll find in these pages, knowledge shared with you by Jens.”—Stephanie Eckles


→ This is the book if you enjoy the intricacies of working with HTML.