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Re: [webdesign-396] Looking for recommendations for Books for the HTML/CSS Study Group

From: Dan A.
Sent on: Thursday, July 10, 2008 7:23 PM
CSS, DHTML and AJAX Visual Quickstart Guide by Jason Cranford Teague.

It may be a little advanced, but if you use this book and only cover up to Ajax, the user then can read on their own.  The book $18.26 at­

Another good ol favorite is Bulletproof web design.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph James Frantz" <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Thursday, July 10,[masked]:48:23 PM (GMT-0500) America/New_York
Subject: [webdesign-396] Looking for recommendations for Books for the HTML/CSS Study Group

Howdy yens! 

We're looking for some suggestions for books for HTML/CSS design with positioning...Goals we have in mind for the books based on some issues we've noted from other books we've read: 

1. Graphical over text descriptions... 

2. Fewer explanations of the "whys" of things (such as Why the W3C chose this or that tag over another one).. 

3. Keeps newer users in mind but doesn't go into details that we already know (ie. What the heck is the­h) 

4. Geared towards CSS positioning rather than table based design. 

5. Cheap (ok we're not gonna find that Kevin says sooooooooo skip to 5a... 

5a. Skip to 6. 

6. Lots of examples... 

7. Not geared to a particular program (ie dreamweaver, front page...."Just the code ma'am, Just the code..." 

8, Really what we are looking for how to over for instance I love the book "Don't make me think", but he doesn't get too much into the code... 

Any suggestions are welcome and kindly regarded 

Joseph James Frantz 

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