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Cascading Style Sheets for Beginners By Virginia Peli
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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation semantics (the look and formatting) of a document written in a markup language. Its most common application... More > is to style web pages written in HTML and XHTML, but the language can also be applied to any kind of XML document, including plain XML, SVG and XUL. Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
As a Man Thinketh By James Allen
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CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), were brought about by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and not by evil programmers with too much time on their hands as originally believed, to develop a standard... More > which could be interpreted by different browsers. This became a necessity as Microsoft and Netscape battled for world domination and kept adding html attributes which were only understood by their browser. Great for them, bad for us. What started out as a way of standardizing the way code was displayed through basic things, like font and color tags, has quickly grown into something much more powerful, which makes sense because all of the not so evil programmers could now spend more time working on the one standard which could be understood by all browsers.< Less
CSS To The Point By Scott DeLoach
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This easy-to-use and comprehensive book provides answers to over 200 CSS questions. Each answer includes a description of the solution, a graphical example, and sample code that has been tested in... More > Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and Safari. Notes about browser issues and cross-browser solutions are also provided. The invaluable tips and tricks will help you get started fast, and the CSS quick reference will help you use CSS like a pro.< Less
css is awesome By lighting production
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It is the book that helps every one to learn and remember css in simple manner.It will be understood even by a beginner.It explains Introduction to... More > CSS,Syntax,Classes,IDs,Divisions ,Spans,Margins,Padding,Text Properties,Font Properties ,Anchors, Links and Pseudo Classes,Backgrounds,Borders ,Ordered & Unordered Lists,Width and Height Properties ,Classification,Positioning,Pseudo Elements with examples .It costs only 2.12$.< Less
Basic Know-How: Your Guide To Learning HTML By Zhe Xiang
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Learning HTML is a good start for the beginners to create and design their own web sites. In this book, beginners learn the various type of HTML tags, how to use them to chnage the font, insert... More > image, create tables or frames. They also get to learn about Javascript, Cascading Style Sheets, Multimedia and Forms to enhance their HTML files. At the end of this book, they learn how to load their work to Internet via FTP. Screenshots are available to guide the beginners so that they can understand well.< Less
Best eBook on CSS - Taming The Beast By Greg Silver
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“Taming The Beast” Cascading Style Sheets YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND CSS There's just no way to keep avoiding it! CSS is quickly becoming the standard for web design and less of an... More > alternative. Have you ever looked at CSS code and wanted to just BANG YOUR HEAD ON THE KEYBOARD? Have you ever SPENT MONEY having someone else do something in CSS for you that probably only took the person a FEW MINUTES? Do you run Blogs that LOOK EXACTLY THE SAME AS EVERYONE ELSE'S? YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND CSS Would you like to have sizzling sales pages that POP? Would you like to be able to add cool shadows to images easily? Would you like to be able to MAKE YOUR PAGES STAND OUT IN A CROWD? EVERY person designing websites at this point and time NEEDS TO UNDERSTAND CSS. CSS is being built right into the newer WYSIWYG editors and unless you LEARN NOW you are going to find yourself struggling more and more as CSS moves further and further into no longer being optional.< Less
Dreamweaver CS5 Mastering the Basics By Grant Gamble
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If you are new to Dreamweaver and to web development, this is definitely the book for you! Dreamweaver CS5 Mastering the Basics will equip you with a step by step plan for creating a Dreamweaver... More > website and making it live. Filled with practical walk-through exercises, this book will demystify the process of building accessible, standards-compliant sites, showing you how to leverage the power of Cascading Style Sheets and Dreamweaver templates to maintain a consistent look and feel on all pages...Topics include: Using CSS for web page layout, Using Dreamweaver accessibility tools , Working with images, Creating hyperlinks, Using Dreamweaver templates and libraries, The 12-step plan for building a complete site, Getting your website hosted for free, Uploading files to a live server, Testing and maintaining a site, Creating an enquiry form, Installing a form-handling script, Using JavaScript behaviors, Enhancing interactivity with Spry widgets, Using Spry form validation widgets...< Less
SamsTeachYourself HTML, CSS and JavaScript All One By robbie cakep
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Before learning the intricacies of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and JavaScript, it is important that you gain a solid understanding of the technologies that help... More > transform these plaintext files to the rich multimedia displays you see on your computer or handheld device when browsing the World Wide Web. For example, a file containing markup and client-side code HTML and CSS is useless without a web browser to view it, and no one besides yourself will see your content unless a web server is involved. Web servers make your content available to others who, in turn, use their web browsers to navigate to an address and wait for the server to send information to them. You will be intimately involved in this publishing process because you must create files and then put them on a server to make them available in the first place, and you must ensure that your content will appear to the end user as you intended.< Less