The CSS Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks, and Hacks by Rachel Andrew (2004-11-11)

The CSS Anthology Essential Tips Tricks and Hacks by Rachel Andrew

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    1. I love this book I was looking for a good book on CSS with tons of examples to learn from and this is it.To fully appreciate this book you should have some background in HTML and it certainly helps if you have met CSS before If you are a professional designer, though, this book is probably not what you are looking for The examples are good in my opinion excellent but they are rather aiming for developers who are on their way to become proficient in CSS development.Still, comparing it to the CSS [...]

    2. This book is a useful complement to the other members of my XHTML CSS library That is to say that no one book, including this one, provides a complete solution to the problem of learning and using CSS.By way of illustration, my CSS library already contains a so called definitive guide that provides excellent, albeit somewhat spare and dry, descriptions of every single CSS selector and property The problem is that while this definitive guide is a useful reference, it seldom illustrates how to use [...]

    3. I have been dabbling with css for the last couple of years I have primarily used it with HTML selectors Now, I want to make a complete transition to CSS My issues with css are these navigation aids, browser support, and positioning and layout My goal is to design web sites without tables that will display properly in all browsers.This books starts out with basic css I quickly reviewed the first few chapters The chapters I got the most from were Forms and User Interfaces, Browser and Device Suppo [...]

    4. For a few years now I have been maintaining a web site set up by someone else that used a minimum of CSS properties It is now time to make the site over and I found myself with a lot of questions about how to use CSS properties to make the site fully compliant with the W3C standards The author does a very good job of breaking things down and making it much easier to understand I m not someone that likes to just copy someone else s work so I need to know the why s, as much as the how s to gettin [...]

    5. Now, this is a book that other authors will envy There s no blah blah only brief and clear instructions on how to achieve something specific Aw, if only all books were written like this one Yes, it s only slightly under 400 pages, but believe me, other authors would have put the same information into 600 700 pages.On the first day I used this book, it has given me 5 immediate solutions for my own site So it was well worth the money Buy this, and you ll have a quick, readable reference guide for [...]

    6. Thanks to Rachel for an excellent, readable, most practical book I gained considerable knowledge as this book filled in so many gaps and questions, and was such a compelling read that I was unable to put it down.Thank you Rachel and Site Point

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