FlawlessVictory wrote: »
Some advice would be appreciated.
I am already proficient in HTML4 and CSS2, so I am not overly concerned about learning the new elements in 5 and 3 respectively (although areas like HTML canvas etc don't look overly straightforward).
Do people think this is a good approach?
asingh10 wrote: »
Also, I have about 25 days to prepare and I have no background in HTML5 and CSS3.Will I benefit more from reading a book on HTML5,CSS3,JS or just watch video tutorials ? I don't know if I remember all the information just watching videos.
RobertKaucher wrote: »
With the 480 you can get an "MS Specialist" certificate but you will have to order it from the MCP site. There is a cost for shipping but it's not much.
See the MCP site for more details. And congratulations!
fuz1on wrote: »
I have extensive experience in HTML5, CSS and AJAX so I'm kinda going in without studying much. I just brushed up on the Web Worker API and yeah... . jQuery too!