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CSS Web Site Design Hands on Training

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These hands-on exercises, complete with insider tips and detailed color illustrations, teach you the latest techniques for designing Web sites with CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). CSS gives you control over the appearance of your Web sites by separating the visual presentation from the content. It lets you easily make minor changes to a site or perform a complete overhaul of ...more
Paperback, 441 pages
Published November 19th 2006 by Peachpit Press
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Chad Warner
An elementary, step-by-step illustrated guide by CSS master Eric Meyer. The book's a good introduction to CSS, but it only covers the basics; it uses a simple, 2-column site for demonstrations, and doesn't provide any advanced CSS techniques. Each lesson includes CSS snippets, then shows screenshots of the results in a browser, then explains the mechanics of the CSS being demonstrated. Meyer plays with the CSS quite a bit to show the effects of various changes.

Meyer stresses the importance of s
A hands-on approach to learning CSS.

Part of Lynda Weinman's Hands-On Training series, this book is not your typical CSS reference. Instead, it walks the reader through a series of examples that are designed to show, rather than tell, how CSS attributes work. Better still, the examples are not nonsensical busy work. Rather, each example gets you one step closer to having your page look like the design "provided" by a graphic designer. Full of pictures and sample code, the book not only walks thro
Steve lockwood
his is a really easy to follow CSS guide. It is a series of exercises that lead you through CSS. The box model chapter was particularly helpful.
This book helped make CSS make scene.
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Eric A. Meyer has been working with the Web since late 1993 and is an internationally recognized expert on the subjects of HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). He is the principal consultant for Complex Spiral Consulting and lives in Cleveland, Ohio, which is a much nicer city than you've been led to believe. A graduate of and former Webmaster for Case Western Reserve University and an alumnus o
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