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Adapting to Web Standards: CSS and Ajax for Big Sites

by Christopher Schmitt

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"In my opinion, the book provides a very good description of the importance of web standards and the case studies provided may prove of interest to those in a similar position. I don’t however feel the case studies are as well thought through as the early part of the book which was perhaps easier to control in terms of content and focus."
 
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0321501829, Paperback)

After learning the language of design, how does one effectively use standards-based technologies to create visually strong Web sites? The full-color Adapting to Web Standards: CSS and Ajax for Big Sites gives developers a peek into the process of the best designers in the world through the work of high profile, real-world Web sites that made them famous. The book focuses on deconstructing these top-tier large-scale sites with particular attention given to deconstructing CSS.

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