HTML Reading List
It’s important to have strong fundamentals in HTML, CSS and JS. The following will give a starting point to know the good basics of designing good front-end interfaces. In particular, pay attention not just to the hows but also the whys.
- HTML Basics @ Mozilla Developers Network
- HTML & CSS at Internet Is Hard
- Guides @HTML Dog
- Intro to HTML/CSS: Making webpages | Computer programming |Khan Academy
- Introduction to the CSS box model – CSS | MDN
- Learn Layout
- Understanding Progressive Enhancement · An A List Apart Article
BarrierBreak is all about accessibility. It’s extremely important to know why and how to make accessible web interfaces. The following will provide you with a good starting point on this.
- Web Accessibility Initiative
- WebAim Articles (but especially the following)
- Importance of Sections
- An overview of accessible web applications and widgets – Accessibility | MDN
As a trainer and an expert, you should be familiar with reading the official specs and guidelines.
The following are some of the specs, as well as some sites you may want to use as a reference from time to time.
- Practical ARIA Examples
- HTML 5 Doctor – Find out the semantics of all html5 elements from this
- HTML5 Accessibility
- CSS Reference – A free visual guide to CSS
- CSS Reference | Codrops