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CSS: The Missing Manual

by David Sawyer McFarland

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CSS3 lets you create professional-looking websites, and this manual shows you how to take your HTML and CCS skills to the next level with tips, tricks, and step-by-step instructions to build web pages that look great and run fast on devices and screens of all sizes.
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The book starts pretty basic, but gives a very detailed dive into CSS. This book shows you the different hacks needed for different browsers (ugh ugh IE)! David gives some really interesting tips and sites which display the power of CSS.

I believe I'll use this book as a CSS reference for months to come. ( )
  nmarun | Nov 2, 2014 |
Excellent CSS3 description. Written in very easy to understand language, goes to other areas necessary to understand the subject (but just enough not to overextend the book). Two gripes only - and it doesn't affect 5 stars I gave this book. First, the author sometimes in tutorials treat readers as idiots. And second, more importantly, the illustrations should have been done in color, especially since explanation often refers to colors. It's sometimes difficult to coordinate the story with black and white illustrations. ( )
  everfresh1 | Oct 5, 2013 |
A very skilled and workmanlike introduction to essential concepts but under the gloss it skates over the issues that first time projects unavoidably have to face, get skilled in and overcome. Nevertheless a good initial introduction, some useful links and should be part of a necessary reference library for the real world problems that will be encountered. ( )
  tonysomerset | Jun 19, 2008 |
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"[W]hatever the complexity of the issues, the reader is guided effectively by the excellent illustrations and examples."
 

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