Paul Nelson wrote:
> I just finished reading a good book on the subject, by a fellow who's apparently considered one of the leading thinkers in the field--and among other things, the idea is to use CSS as much as possible instead of tables as the way to design pages.
> The book is "Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition", by Eric Meyer, and I was able to find a used copy (via www.addall.com) for not much. Very interesting, and fairly easy to understand!
> -- Paul
Lotta's site was good. Eric Meyer is very good as well.
I was just looking up Eric Meyer, because I have used his stuff before.
Here is a good what not to from Eric himself:
check out upcoming events (very current)
compare to current news (last updated in August 2004 ... and that isn't
current at all). So has the site been ignored or abandoned?
I think the answer is ignored.
If you go over to his main pages you can dial in his wonder css examples:
and his tools:
If you look around more you can find examples that are to accompany his
books on various sites.
check out some of the stuff you find via google:
and go to the grand daddy of all css design! Feel the Zen:
click around on the various renditions of that page, find one you like
and use the layout -- just not the images etc. (read the terms and
And the grand son:
There is tons out there.