There’s color coding for everything, which helps some people learn. Diagrams and infographics are on a dark background. Within the page itself, various elements are also color coded.
Background pages and examples are on a light background.
Again, there is color coding within the page itself.
The language is plain, very careful, easy to understand by anyone. Every single detail is explained in clear, simple sentences. It’s a masterpiece of clear writing. For example, here’s the initial description of jQuery:
The examples are real world with downloadable code. The code shown in the book is annotated (and color coded) with every detail fully explained. The output for every code example is pictured next to it.
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