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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Eric Meyer on CSS

Eric Meyer on CSS provides a very easy going introduction to the capabilities and application of CSS. Each chapter walks you through a typical project and the creation of the appropriate CSS then ends with some extra features for you to add as exercises.

As a non-artistic web developer I found this approach very enjoyable to read, and I felt that it gave a sound description of how the various CSS properties relate to design principles. However the book is not sufficient as a CSS reference, it lacked a complete description of how cascading and precedence works and there is no consistent method for introducing new attributes to the reader. This book will make a good companion to a reference text for someone who is starting out with CSS.

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