CSS: The Missing Manual
Cascading Style Sheets can turn humdrum websites into highly-functional, professional-looking destinations, but many designers merely treat CSS as window-dressing to spruce up their site's appearance. You can tap into the real power of this tool with CSS: The Missing Manual. This second edition combines crystal-clear explanations, real-world examples, and dozens of step-by-step tutorials to show you how to design sites with CSS that work consistently across browsers. Witty and entertaining, this second edition gives you up-to-the-minute pro techniques. You'll learn how to:
With CSS: The Missing Manual, Second Edition, you'll find all-new online tutorial pages, expanded CSS 3 coverage, and broad support for Firebox, Safari, and other major web browsers, including Internet Explorer 8. Learn how to use CSS effectively to build new websites, or refurbish old sites that are due for an upgrade.
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Too much redundancyUser Review - ch46 - Overstock.com
This is a very good introductory book for CSS but lots of its figures are not necessary and occupy too much space for the book. Most of the figures in the book can be removed without affecting readers ... Read full review
This is an absolutely essential book for anyone who wants to get a thorough grounding in CSS principles. With it's clear prose and well-designed tutorials and exercises, the book provides an exceptional opportunity to use and mentally instill every last bit of knowledge it offers.
It's up-to-date, full of links to other good resources, and presents all the important topics from Anchor to Z-index.
A must have for your reference bookshelf.
Rethinking HTML for CSS
Creating Styles and Style Sheets
Identifying What to Style
Saving Time with Style Inheritance
Margins Padding and Borders
Introducing CSS Layout
Building FloatBased Layouts
Positioning Elements on a Web Page
CSS for the Printed Page
Improving Your CSS Habits
CSS on the Edge
CSS Property Reference
CSS in Dreamweaver CS4