HTML and CSS Reference
• A List Apart ( http://www.alistapart.com )— A List Apart (ALA) publishes articles from some of
the best-known figures in the industry. The articles that you will find on ALA are unlike those found any-
where else. This is where new ideas are explored and shared.
• Treehouse Blog ( http://blog.teamtreehouse.com/ )—The Treehouse Blog is great place to find
new tips and tricks that you can use to advance your skills as a web developer.
work (MDN) is one of the best online resources for developer documentation surrounding HTML5, CSS3,
• HTML5Rocks ( http://html5rocks.com )—The HTML5Rocks website/blog has a number of great
tutorials that you can use to learn about more advanced HTML5 and CSS3 features, such as IndexedDB and
• HTML5 Doctor ( http://html5doctor.com )—The HTML5 Doctor blog contains a wide range of
posts related to every aspect of HTML5. The “Ask the HTML5 Doctor” section can also be useful if you
ever get really stuck.
• .net ( http://www.netmagazine.com )—The .net website is great for keeping up-to-date on the latest
goings on within the industry. I also recommend that you subscribe to the magazine. It's always packed full
of fantastic articles, and tutorials that will help you to develop your skills as a web developer.