[Ebook] ➮ CSS: The Missing Manual ➭ David Sawyer McFarland – Pv1.info

[Ebook] ➮ CSS: The Missing Manual ➭ David Sawyer McFarland – Pv1.info Cascading Style Sheets Can Turn Humdrum Websites Into Highly Functional, Professional Looking Destinations, But Many Designers Merely Treat CSS As Window Dressing To Spruce Up Their Site S Appearance You Can Tap Into The Real Power Of This Tool With CSS The Missing Manual This Second Edition Combines Crystal Clear Explanations, Real World Examples, And Dozens Of Step By Step Tutorials To Show You How To Design Sites With CSS That Work Consistently Across Browsers Witty And Entertaining, This Second Edition Gives You Up To The Minute Pro Techniques You Ll Learn How To Create HTML That S Simpler, Uses Less Code, Is Search Engine Friendly, And Works Well With CSS Style Text By Changing Fonts, Colors, Font Sizes, And Adding Borders Turn Simple HTML Links Into Complex And Attractive Navigation Bars Complete With Rollover Effects Create Effective Photo Galleries And Special Effects, Including Drop Shadows Get Up To Speed On CSS Properties That Work In The Latest Browser Versions Build Complex Layouts Using CSS, Including Multi Column Designs Style Web Pages For Printing With CSS The Missing Manual, Second Edition, You Ll Find All New Online Tutorial Pages, Expanded CSS Coverage, And Broad Support For Firebox, Safari, And Other Major Web Browsers, Including Internet Explorer Learn How To Use CSS Effectively To Build New Websites, Or Refurbish Old Sites That Are Due For An Upgrade


10 thoughts on “CSS: The Missing Manual

  1. Don Victorio Don Victorio says:

    Great tips for writing code This is a keeper and should be reviewed at least annually.


  2. Dawn Dawn says:

    Well, I finally returned this book to the library I miss it already I had learned alot it was well set up and easy to follow But now I am taking a course at the college.


  3. Nguyen Huu Anh Vu Nguyen Huu Anh Vu says:

    For beginner, this is the book you ll want to read to quickly up to speed with the current CSS landscape.The author explains the common CSS properties in detail, gives practical example as well as useful advices on common problems div vs span, class vs id, better CSS file structure, better CSS class name Originally, I ordered the book in my compa


  4. Audrey Audrey says:

    Amazing reference book


  5. Maggie Maggie says:

    I got what I wanted out of this book for sure, plus a lotthat I didn t really care about.The useful stuff you may learn if you know this stuff already, I would not recommend this beginners level book 1 The difference between a class and an ID2 How to use descendent selectors3 How to make use of inheritance to optimize CSS code4 How to calculate spe


  6. Tami Tami says:

    Creating websites using html can be very time consuming and somewhat limiting Making editing changes over multiple pages is downright maddening Cascading Style Sheets CSS is the answer CSS enables the webmaster to set standards such as selecting a particular font size and color for all headings, subheadings, or texts without having to rewrite the ht


  7. Tami Tami says:

    CSS The Missing Manual is a good step by step manual for anyone interested in learning CSS The book does assume that the reader has some basic experience with HTML However, the CSS related material teaches the reader right from the very beginning Those new to CSS will likely read this book from start to finish, completing the tutorials as they go In


  8. Derek Barber Derek Barber says:

    I ve been using CSS for years but never really took the time to learn it I would always just rely on various tutorials but never have a full grasp of exactly what I was doing One area that I was fuzzy on was the use of descendent selectors So after reading manyreviews, I ordered this book Much of the book was a refresher for me, but I even enjoyed tho


  9. Kelly Kelly says:

    So I have chosen not to rate this book as in terms of how much I liked it I don t necessarily like reading books on CSS, HTML, Tech, etc., but I had to in this case because I am teaching myself In terms of being able to teach myself from this book, I thought that it was well laid out and easy to get through Coming from the background of someone who onl


  10. James Mowery James Mowery says:

    As far as CSS goes, this was an excellent manual in teaching the skills required to implement CSS in web design While I already knew much of the material, I still was able to learn new tricks that I hadn t known previouslyMore importantly, after reading this book, you learn how much of a pain in the butt it is to develop for Internet Explorer The book g


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