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I have read, and like the McFarland one. But there are good tutorials
online too -
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"rarar23" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hello, I am looking to learn to create websites using CSS. I have very
> html knowledge but I'd like to learn everything thoroughly.
> Should I buy a book on learning CSS, or one on learning CSS, XHTML and
> all combined into one?
> Here are the two different books I am considering:
On Mon, 4 Aug 2008 09:30:50 +0000 (UTC), "rarar23"
>Hello, I am looking to learn to create websites using CSS. I have very basic
>html knowledge but I'd like to learn everything thoroughly.
> Should I buy a book on learning CSS, or one on learning CSS, XHTML and HTML
>all combined into one?
The first is a VERY good intro to using html and css together.
HTML,XHTML & CSS by Elizabeth Castro
very comprehensive, readable and attractive book explains all - ( or
most at least )
This takes it to another level and is very readable.
CSS Mastery - Advance Web Standards Solutions - by Andy Budd
an excellent companion to HTML Mastery - which really guides you into
using CSS correctly with valid code.
And In my honest opinion - this is a must have in one's library
CSS - The Definitive Guide - by Eric Meyer - an excellent reference -
perhaps a little more difficult style to read - but clearly the author
is one of the top experts on CSS.