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CSS Mastery (20 Mar 2006)
In the same vein as Dan Cederholmís Web Standards Solutions, and classics like Eric Meyer on CSS, CSS Mastery is a worthy addition to any Web developerís library - especially if you, like me, arenít able to read stuff on the Web without becoming distracted and clicking on link after link until you find yourself, hours later, immersed in the history of the ampersand in the languages of central Europe. Youíre tired, hungry, and youíve missed another deadline. Luckily, if that happens (again!), Iíll be able to log off and curl up with Andy Buddís book for a while.
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