RE: [NH] Re: CSS books for newbies
- I started with "Cascading Style Sheets," 2nd ed. by Hakon Lie and Bert Bos. I found it a great introduction, with more theoretical context than you usually find. The only caveat is that there is a lot of material that hasn't been implemented by browsers (yet), so you need to keep your eye on the icons showing implementation. There is so much on the web that a book is hardly necessary, however.
From: wilkinsonm [mailto:mikew@...]
Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2003 12:35 PM
Subject: [NH] Re: CSS books for newbies
--- In email@example.com, Mike Breiding <mafb@a...> wrote:
> Anyone have recommendations on CSS books for someone starting from
Here's a link to a "WebMonkey" tutorial on style sheets. If you prefer
hard copy they also have a "printer friendly" version.
After you become acquainted with CSS you'll need a handy reference:
Your decision to learn about CSS is a good one. You'll soon wonder how
you managed without stylesheets!
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