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Clear, precise, and accurate, Cascading Style Sheets: Designing for the Web, Third Edition won’t just teach you CSS 2.1 -- it’ll be your definitive reference for years to come. This book’s authors quite literally invented CSS. Surprisingly, perhaps, they’re equally good at explaining it.
This book covers all of CSS, from beginner’s level (“gluing” style sheets to documents) to the most complex examples of cascading and inheritance. You'll get intelligible explanations of every core concept -- rules, declarations, selectors, inheritance, properties, and more -- both the hows and the whys. It covers typography, spacing, positioning, borders, backgrounds, colors, tables, margins, page breaks, even using CSS with XML documents.
It’s been polished through three editions, and reflects more CSS experience than you can find anywhere else. If, like most web professionals, you rely heavily on CSS, it ought to be next to your computer. Bill Camarda, from the May 2005 Read Only