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Free 42 episode video series on HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript for Absolute Beginners

Microsoft's Channel9 website has published a two-part video series with 42 episodes on HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript by a great tutor.

The course is delivered by Bob Tabor who runs LearnVisualStudio.net, a video tutorial site. In the first episode  in the HTML5 & CSS3 series, Bob clearly outlines what it will NOT cover and sets the right expectations.

The videos can be downloaded (recommended) or viewed online on a Silverlight-supported browser. I was pleasantly suprised to see that some of the online videos on Channel9 now let you jump to a specific point in the video without having to start from the beginning in case you've already watched a portion of a long video earlier.


Unlike earlier, the duration of the video & the file sizes of the video in the multiple formats that it is available for download, are also shown.


If you're on a lean-bandwidth connection, you can try downloading the video in the format that has the smallest size (however on download link to see tooltip showing file-size). I noticed that their mid-quality WMV files and in some cases the MP4 format videos have relatively smaller sizes.





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HOW TO compare HTML5 features supported by versions 8, 9 & 10 of IE
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