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Is Head First HTML w/CSS & XHTML still the slightest bit relevant? I picked up a copy the other day(also had it a while ago, when I had XP) but now have Windows 7. Am wanting to learn HTML but things are not coming out correctly. Can I learn anything applicable from this old version? Thanks in advance for response and speak to me as if I just started this journey because I did.
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  • Hi Jen,

    Yes, the book is still relevant. It doesn't cover current HTML5 and CSS3, but you can still learn the basics of HTML and creating web pages with the book.
    If you are having trouble with the exercises in the book, you can send me an email at booktech@oreilly.com and I will try to help you work through it. Make sure you include the example number or page number and your code that isn't working.

    Best regards,
    Chris Olson
    O'Reilly Book Support
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