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Getting back into css...

Sent by Christian Heilmann on 22 September 2005 20:08


> I have a decent level of understanding of how style sheets work, but I
> would like to get to the point where I can design something along the
> lines of css zen garden. By that I mean that I would like to have a deep
> enough understanding of both xhtml and css so that I could design a web
> page with multiple designs (like zen garden). I find that when I look at
> layout templates that I don't always understand some of the concepts
> applied.
>
> Can anyone recommend a good book for me?

Yes, there is a page on this discussion list's WIKI dedicated to that:
http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=GoodBooks

In the last few weeks a lot of people asked for books and the noise on
this list is pretty high because of it. So can we please add our new
finds to the WIKI page instead of answering the same over and over
again?

I will add now: Bulletproof CSS by Dan Cederholm and CSS Hacks by Ivor
Gotatthemoment.

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Chris Heilmann
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