Eric Meyer on CSS - Matering the Language of Web Design
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On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 22:09:08 -0400, Adam Wick [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Hello! My name is Adam Wick, and I've recently started my first job
> as a professional web designer. I love the power that CSS gives me as
> I create my pages see (www.crystal2.biz if your'e interested), but I
> find that when it comes to more than defining how a paragraph or a
> heading should look, my CSS skills are lacking. My birthday is coming
> up soon, and my mother wanted to get me something from Amazon.com.
> The point:
> I'm looking for a solid book on how to learn more advanced features
> (positioning, et cetera) about CSS. Do any of you know which book I
> should ask for?
> Thank you for your time, and I apologize if this isnt' the sort of
> thing this list like to talk about.
> Adam Wick
> Web Designer, Ferry Street Technologies
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