Eric Meyer on CSS: mastering the language of Web design

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New Riders, 2003 - Computers - 322 pages
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There are several other books on the market that serve as in-depth technical guides or reference books for CSS. None, however, take a more hands-on approach and use practical examples to teach readers how to solve the problems they face in designing with CSS - until now. Eric Meyer provides a variety of carefully crafted projects that teach how to use CSS and why particular methods were chosen. The web site includes all of the files needed to complete the tutorials in the book. In addition, bonus information is be posted.

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Review: Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web Design with Cascading Style Sheets

User Review  - Craig Cecil - Goodreads

This is an excellent book for progressing from using style sheets for specifying only fonts and colors to building entire sites driven by CSS layout rendering--it is not a reference book. The author ... Read full review

Review: Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web Design with Cascading Style Sheets

User Review  - Oscar Sánchez - Goodreads

Eric Meyer and Jeffrey Zeldman are the masters of web design, so this book is a must! Read full review

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Contents

PROJECT Bringing Hyperlinks to Life
79
How to Skin a Menu
95
Styling for Print
118

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About the author (2003)

Eric A. Meyer (Cleveland, OH) has been working with the Web since late 1993. He is currently the Internet Applications Manager for the OPAL Group, an information technology firm in Cleveland, Ohio. Eric is an Invited Expert and member of the W3C CSS&FP Working Group, and he is responsiblr for coordinating the creation of the W3C's CSS Test Suite. Eric continues to remain active on CSS newsgroups and edits Web Review's Style Sheets Reference