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.net is the world's best-selling magazine for web designers and developers. Every issue boasts pages of tutorials covering topics such as CSS, PHP, Flash, JavaScript, HTML5 and web graphics written by many of the world’s most respected web designers and creative design agencies. Interviews, features and pro tips also offer advice on SEO, social media marketing, web hosting, the cloud, mobile development and apps, making it the essential guide for practical web design.

****Note: Title known as .net in the United Kingdom. Also known as Practical Web Design outside of the UK.****

****Note: This digital edition is not printable and does not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies****

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The format of the Nook edition is awful--nearly unreadable. This is true in the Mac, Android, and iOS apps.One would think that a magazine for web developers could manage to produce a nice digital edition. I found what I did read interesting and helpful but the experience was so irritating that I will not be keeping the subscription.
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Current issue calls out that 10 years ago the Shuttle Columbia tragedy occurred. The proceeds to describe the Shuttle Challenger explosion instead and includes a photo of the Shuttle Challenger explosion. Beyond this fairly large over sight the articles seem to be written by completely biased people pretending to be objective. -moz- and -webkit- prefixes are not now, nor will they ever be standards. They are there for a browser to introduce new technology while they are being ratified. Once the prefix is dropped then it's a standard. Having Internet Explorer introduce their own is not going to ruin your life as a developer.
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