Core CSS

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Prentice Hall PTR, 2000 - Computers - 635 pages
The experienced developer's guide to CSS1 and CSS2! Comprehensive browser and platform compatibility Info In-depth examples throughout, plus an extensive CSS1/CSS2 reference section

The expert Web developer's guide to style sheets: CSS1 and CSS2!

Core CSS is an example-rich guide that shows experienced Web developers exactly how to achieve great results with CSS1 and CSS2!

In this example-rich book, Keith Schengili-Roberts shows experienced Web developers all they need to know to achieve great results with the latest style-sheet technologies. Schengili-Roberts provides in-depth coverage of both CSS1 and the recent CSS2 standard, taking care to explain the differences between the two. Understand key CSS2 families of properties, including aural (sound-based) style sheets, automatically generated content, user interface properties and much more.

This book is the most comprehensive listing available on CSS compatibility across browsers and operating systems, so Web masters can finally know what CSS properties are "safe" to use.

Detailed appendices provide full CSS1 and CSS2 property listings, color palette information, compatibility charts and more.

Every Core Series book: DEMONSTRATES how to write commercial quality code FEATURES dozens of nontrivial programs and examples-no toy code! FOCUSES on the features and functions most important to real developers PROVIDES objective, unbiased coverage of cutting-edge technologies-no hype!

Core CSS delivers: Practical techniques for integrating CSS into your Web site development Expert insight into choosing the best style sheet code Hundreds of professional-level code examples CD-ROM

The accompanying CD-ROM includesall of the book's detailed code examples.

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KEITH SCHENGILI-ROBERTS is Webmaster for the Toronto, CA software firm KL Group, and a long-time writer for The Computer Paper, Canada's largest computer magazine.

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