Learning to Design Web Pages with Style

A review of Eric Meyer's new CSS book.


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Very useful files search

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Importance of CSS

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I think is very important for all webmasters to made the switch to use CSS on their websites.

Re: Learning to Design Web Pages with Style

Anonymous's picture

Erik Meyer is also the author of the CSS reference book, Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide published by O'Reilly, as well as Cascading Style Sheets 2.0 Programmer's Reference published by Osborne/McGraw-Hill. I haven't read the latter, but the O'Reilly book I use almost everyday. Could use a new edition, tho...

--scott trotter

Re: CSS: The Definitive Guide

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I like Eric Meyer's O'Reilly book, CSS: The Definitive Guide, too. Even though it's still useful, you're right it does need updating. Eric told me that he is working on a second edition. He expects to have it finished by the end of the Summer. O'Reilly says they're planning on having it in the book stores by the end of this year. It will cover CSS 1 & 2 completely and will include an overview of CSS 3.

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