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Improve Web Design and Delivery with this Useful Programming Language!
Make your Web design and development more potent by using Cascading Style Sheets to define and deliver your pages. Attach CSS to structured documents to influence presentation without adding new HTML tags or sacrificing device independence. Build cohesive pages from multiple sources using CSS ordering to help eliminate conflicts. Structure and offer consistent content using STYLE attributes of individual element tags, LINK elements, and imported style sheets. Let this Programmer's Reference be a tool for quick and accurate access to CSS 2.0 specifics, and realize the Web's ideal of separating presentation and content.Design and deploy CSS effectively with this concise reference Utilize the most direct means of presenting Web content as you intend it to be viewed Understand the properties and values of CSS, including visual, paged, and aural media styles, plus selectors, pseudo-elements, pseudo-classes, at-rules, and more.
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
This book is by no means an easy read and I would recommend it for reference only. In his writing, a lot of terms are not clearly explained (if at all) and I got lost many times... Read morePublished on April 19 2004 by M. Donohoe
Since I've gotten this book, I've used it constantly as a reference for what I'll need within my detailed style sheets for my websites. Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2004 by ScribeCat
I normally don't write reviews, but recently this book has been helping me out a lot so I thought I'd share. Read morePublished on Dec 23 2003 by Riddle
Brief, clear, complete - just what I need. I used this to write my first style sheets, from no knowledge at all, in just a few minutes. Read morePublished on Nov. 14 2003 by wiredweird
To all you newbies, here's what you do. Go buy "Designing CSS Web Pages" by Schmitt at your local Barnes and Noble first. It's excellent. Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2003 by Justin Lowrie
Simple and sweet - good refence, easy lookup structure, fast answers. Anyone dealing with CSS should have this close by.Published on June 24 2003 by J. Osborn
I bought this book several months ago when I first started out using Cascading Style Sheets. I had come across Eric Meyer's work when I visited his web site (meyerweb. Read morePublished on Dec 13 2002 by Simon Jessey
The book is for the really, really just starting beginner. I bought this book thinking that it may answer some of my questions concerning CSS. Read morePublished on Sept. 10 2002