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Sams Teach Yourself CSS in 24 Hours (3rd Edition)

Sams Teach Yourself CSS in 24 Hours (3rd Edition)
Authors
Kynn Bartlett
ISBN
0672331020
Published
21 Dec 2009
Purchase online
amazon.com

Learning to apply CSS is the HTML Web publisher's next developmental step toward a professional and stable Web design. A prerequisite to learning higher-level languages like Javascript, Java, and Flash, CSS is gaining increasing support among major browsers, including Netscape, Internet Explorer (together 94% market share) and newcomers Opera, Mozilla and NeoPlanet, and backwards-compatibility with older browser versions and specialized browsers.

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Learning to apply CSS is the HTML Web publisher's next developmental step toward a professional and stable Web design. A prerequisite to learning higher-level languages like Javascript, Java, and Flash, CSS is gaining increasing support among major browsers, including Netscape, Internet Explorer (together 94% market share) and newcomers Opera, Mozilla and NeoPlanet, and backwards-compatibility with older browser versions and specialized browsers.

The key to successful CSS implementation is in understanding how different browsers use and interpret CSS. This tutorial takes the unique position of teaching the reader how to make smart decisions about how and when to apply CSS, based on browser support and intended effects. In 24 straightforward, hourly lessons, the reader learns by accomplishing hands-on tasks that can be applied to his own site in every hour.

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