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Posted December 26, 2005
Good writing makes it easy to understand CSS
I have read a few books on CSS and it seems that I get one or two useful pieces of information from each one. This book puts it all together in an easy to read, well-written book. The title put me off a bit at first but the content is first rate. Well worth the money.
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Posted October 30, 2008
Why Can't All Programming Books Be This Well Done!
I have been trying to fully learn CSS for some time and have had a heck of a time locating a good book (believe me, I have read over 20 books on the subject over the past 3 years). This book is no where near as thick as others I have read in the past but I gave it a shot anyway -- this book was well worth it! In two days, this book taught me CSS. It provides all of the essentials one needs to know for establishing a foundation with CSS and allows the reader to explore further then the reading material. Unlike other books on programming, this one is not written so only uber-geeks understand it, anyone with basic HTML coding knowledge can pick up this book and move beyond table based layouts into CSS.<BR/><BR/>I'm so impressed with this book, I have asked my wife to get me the Second Edition as a Christmas gift this year -- this book is just to valuable to not be without.<BR/><BR/>Well done, Mr. Wyke-Smith.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.