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General Discussion

Dale Gimple
PLUS
Dale Gimple
Courses Plus Student 159 Points

Free printable HTML, HTML5, CSS, and Java Script reference books

I am looking for reference books, preferably printable online for the above listed languages. Does anybody know where I can easily obtain those?

3 Answers

The definitive reference guide for developers today is probably the Mozilla Developer Network. It's completely free and well-maintained. It also looks pretty good in print.

I have to ask, though; why do you need to be able to print it?

Dale Gimple
Dale Gimple
Courses Plus Student 159 Points

Thank you very much for your input. I just like having a hard copy that I can thumb through when I don't have a computer to use. That way I can better memorize it all and run scenarios in my head.

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

http://devdocs.io it's the best online syntax reference source there is.

If you need more details for HTML and CSS check out http://htmldog.com and http://learn.shayhowe.com/html-css/

Rhonda Bradley
Rhonda Bradley
2,010 Points

Pinterest has some nice printable reference sheets -- although probably not entire books. I think they're great for helping to remember things because of the visuals.

Aslo refcardsz.com has excellent printable programming reference card sheets for people who love a great visual presentation.