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on April 7, 2006
Like his first book, this one is really well done and easy to follow. The only disapointment is the first chapter: when I bougth those two books (this one and Eric Meyer on CSS), I did it for one thing: being able to convert a table based design into a CSS one, without tables. The first chapter of this book is about this... but is a little bit disapointing. It incomplete, doesn't take a too complex design, and don't talk about differences between browser.
I also had troubles with some exemples. He tested it on Netscape and some have troubles with Internet Explorer... must have given alternatives, since IE is still THE great leader.
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