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Book eight is The CSS Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks & Hacks by Rachel Andrew (ISBN 0-9579218-8-8).  I am by no means an expert in XHTML and CSS or web design.  But I have been coding HTML apps for a decade.  Moving to XHTML makes some aspects of web development so much easier, but the little problems of positioning and browser compatibility can be overwhelming, especially with complex interfaces.  This book works well answering questions, how the h%ll do I do that?!

The book takes a what is your problem, here is the solution approach and does a good job teaching CSS along the way.  I recommend reading the book once from cover-to-cover then refering to it as a reference.  Chapter 8, CSS Positioning and Layout, is a good place to find a starting template for your site.

(This post is part of an ongoing series to build your technical library.)

Posted on Friday, February 10, 2006 10:03 AM Library | Back to top


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I need that book...I'm such a crappy web designer. It just doesn't make sense to us fat client guys :)
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