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Posted August 12, 2012
CSS for the Beginner
This is one of the better books I have come across on basic CSS. As a beginner's book, it is best I have found. It is simple, easy to read and full of examples. The book is a little repetitive, but as it is aimed at the beginner, one would expect that.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
I always find books that have lots of code examples much easier to read when they use color syntax as this book does.
Although the book comes in at about 400 pages, most of the space is taken up with code examples and illustrations. Being familiar with CSS, I find myself just looking at the code examples, which are enough to remind me of the style's properties and how to use them.
Unfortunately the book doesn't cover CSS3, although that's a whole book to itself. Still Wrox normally produces easy to read and understand books. This is no exception, as a beginner's book on CSS this would be the one I would choose.