CSS Cookbook (03 Nov 2004)
Outside of these basic requirements, this book would be suitable for anyone interested in honing CSS skills. The CSS novice will be able to employ some of the book’s more basic recipes to start using and experimenting with this technology quickly. The book’s brief recipes and its modular format also allow the reader to choose which aspect of CSS they would like to start exploring and proceed to creating pages with minimal fuss. In this way, the book reminds me of Peachpit Press’ Visual Quickstart Guides, in that Schmitt doesn’t spend too much time on general information, specifications, author opinions, and so on. Instead, he efficiently presents markup that will create a desired effect and shows a screenshot of the final result.
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