Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are a powerful way to enrich the presentation of HTML-based web pages, allowing web authors to give their pages a more sophisticated look and more structure. CSS's compact file size helps web pages load quickly, and by allowing changes made in one place to be applied across the entire document, CSS can save hours of tedious changing and updating.
But to leverage the full power of CSS, web authors first have to sift through CSS theory to find practical solutions that resolve real-world problems. Web authors can waste hours and earn ulcers trying to find answers to those all-too-common dilemmas that crop up with each project. TheCSS Cookbookcuts straight through the theory to provide hundreds of useful examples and CSS code recipes that web authors can use immediately to format their web pages.
The time saved by a single one of these recipes will make its cover price money well-spent. But theCSS Cookbookprovides more than quick code solutions to pressing problems. The explanation that accompanies each recipe enables readers to customize the formatting for their specific purposes, and shows why the solution works, so you can adapt these techniques to other situations. Recipes range from the basics that every web author needs to code concoctions that will take your web pages to new levels.
Reflecting CSS2, the latest specification, and including topics that range from basic web typography and page layout to techniques for formatting lists, forms, and tables, it is easy to see why theCSS Cookbookis regarded as an excellent companion toCascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guideand a must-have resource for any web author who has even considered using CSS.
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Review: CSS CookbookUser Review - Caryl Westerberg - Goodreads
Lots of CSS examples to wrap your mind around. I think there must be some errors, or some of the examples just do not make sense. I wish some of these examples were more fleshed out. The CSS is given ... Read full review