Two books your shelf should have, both by some guy named Eric A. Meyer.
Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide
Cascading Style Sheets 2.0 Programmer's Reference
Osborne (McGraw Hill) 0-07-213178-0
As for your second question. The order depends upon what you need to
We'll assume you are already familiar with HTML. I would then start
incorporating some CSS.
DHTML is essentially HTML with some sort of scripting extension (JS, ASP,
PHP, etc.). That said, what you choose depends entirely upon what you want
to do and where you want to do it (server vs. client). Most people start
can start there just as easily *and* start generating truly dynamic pages
from a database that much sooner.
At 06:26 PM 2/25/2002, you wrote:
>I'm new to this list and have been designing Web sites for clients for
>nearly 6 years.
>1. What "top" books would you suggest for me to learn CSS?
>A couple of years ago I bought Dreamweaver 2. I have been roughing in Webs
>with FrontPage and cleaning up with HomeSite and know next to nothing
>about CSS. (You are allowed to laugh. But some have won awards.)
>2. I decided I must come out of the dark ages and learn CSS, DHTML, ASP,
>PHP, SQL and JS. Now I'm pondering, "In what order?"
>CSS seemed a good place to start. I have never taken a class and have been
>self-taught using good books. I welcome all comments.
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