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Jason Cranford Teague

Author of DHTML and CSS for the World Wide Web, Second Edition

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Jason Cranford Teague has been at the forefront of Web design for over 18 years as a designer, writer, and teacher. He practices his craft as the Director of User Experience for Forum One (forumone.com), an interactive agency with clients that include the Solar Energy Industries Association, The Aspen Institute, and the Half the Sky Foundation. He's written over a dozen books, hundreds of articles, and currently blogs for Wired's GeekDad (geekdad.com). See Jason's designs at jasonspeaking.com. Follow him on Twitter (@jasonspeaking) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/jasonspeaking).
— biography from CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide (5th Edition)
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