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HTML and CSS Design and Build Websites

A full–color introduction to the basics of HTML and CSS from the publishers of Wrox! Every day, more and more people want to learn some HTML and CSS. Joining the professional web designers and programmers are new audiences who need to know a little bit of code at work (update a content management system or e–commerce store) and those who want to make their personal blogs more attractive. Many books teaching HTML and CSS are dry and only written for those who want to become programmers, which is why this book takes an entirely new approach. Introduces HTML and CSS in a way that makes them accessible to everyone—hobbyists, students, and professionals—and it’s full–color throughout Utilizes information graphics and lifestyle photography to explain the topics in a simple way that is engaging Boasts a unique structure that allows you to progress through the chapters from beginning to end or just dip into topics of particular interest at your leisure This educational book is one that you will enjoy picking up, reading, then referring back to. It will make you wish other technical topics were presented in such a simple, attractive and engaging way!

 Author Name: Jon Duckett

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons (18 November 2011)

CSS the definitive guide

The Definitive Guide, 3rd Edition, provides you with a comprehensive guide to CSS implementation, along with a thorough review of all aspects of CSS 2.1. Updated to cover Internet Explorer 7, Microsoft’s vastly improved browser, this new edition includes content on positioning, lists and generated content, table layout, user interface, paged media, and more. Author Eric Meyer tackles the subject with passion, exploring in detail each individual CSS property and how it interacts with other properties. You’ll not only learn how to avoid common mistakes in interpretation, you also will benefit from the depth and breadth of his experience and his clear and honest style. This is the complete source book on CSS.
The 3rd edition contains:
• Updates to reflect changes in the latest draft version of CSS 2.1
• Browser notes updated to reflect changes between IE6 and IE7
• Advanced selectors supported in IE7 and other major browsers included
• A new round of technical edits by a fresh set of editors
• Clarifications and corrected errata, including updated URLs ofreferenced online resources

 

Author Name: Eric A. Meyer

Publisher: O’Reilly

CSS instant results

With the latest generation of modern browsers expanding support for CSS 3, it is an exciting time in the CSS world. Featuring ten ready-to-use projects on the book’s CD-ROM, this helpful reference dives into working code so you can rapidly master the increasingly diverse applications web designers can use with CSS, including some that previously could be done only with JavaScript.
Featuring in-depth explanations, these ten ready-to-use projects are easy to implement in your own projects. The description of each project enables you to understand and then modify it so you can reuse it in different situations. The code has been tested with several browsers including Mozilla Firefox 1.0, Opera 8, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 for Windows, and Safari 1.3 for Mac OS X.
CD-ROM includes source code for all 10 projects
Ready-to-use projects you’ll find in this book
• Tab-based navigation
• Multi-column layouts
• Dynamic dropdown menus
• A different approach to the dropdown menu
• Web-based slideshow
• Custom borders and rounded corners
• Applying CSS to a webmail application
• Styling input forms
• User interface for a web-based file viewer
• Styling a web-based calendar
Who this book is for
This book is for experienced web developers and designers who are looking to learn how to use CSS for better, faster design and markup. Some previous JavaScript use is helpful.
Instant Results guides are packed with unique, ready-to-use projects that are perfect for the busy programmer. They require minimal set-up, and can be modified, enhanced, and reused in real-world situations.

 

Author Name: Richard York

Publisher: Wrox

Stylin’ with CSS A Designer’s Guide

You will learn the full capabilities of the CSS language, with step-by-step examples and in-depth explanations that will take your skills to new levels, whether you are a newbie or already have experience with CSS. Stylin’ with CSS focuses on practical skills for Web designers and programmers, and blends creative design ideas with accurate technical descriptions. It will help you create robust, stylish, and flexible layouts that adjust to the constantly changing content of today’s data-driven online applications, and that display appropriately on monitors, tablets, or mobile phones.
In Stylin’ with CSS, you will:
• Learn how HTML5 and CSS3 work together
• Develop multi-column, fixed-width, and fluid layouts
• Discover how the positioning and floating properties really work!
• Explore professional typographic techniques using downloadable fonts
• Style UI elements, such as drop-down menus, forms, and pop-up overlays
• Write media queries that modify your page layouts for different screen sizes
• Learn about CSS3 shadows, rounded corners, gradients, and background images
• Create interactivity with CSS3 transforms and transitions

 

Author Name: Charles Wyke-Smith

Sams teach yourself CSS

The short, focused lessons presented in Sams Teach Yourself CSS in 10 Minutes will help you quickly understand CSS and how to immediately apply it to your work.
You will cover the essentials for standards compliant techniques that are supported by the most common browsers. The book also covers positioning, troubleshooting CSS, and handling common CSS bugs. Sams Teach Yourself CSS in 10 Minutes is the ultimate quick learning tool and handy desk reference guide to CSS.

 

Author Name: Russ whikley

Beginning CSS Web Development

How excited are you then? Is the prospect of becoming a professional CSS genius getting you tingling in all the right places? Once you have read this book, you’re going to be a full-fledged web wizard, using CSS to save you and your clients time, money, and stress.
Before you board the bus to CSS enlightenment, it is worth acquainting yourself with some of the terms bandied about by web designers and developers, and this author in particular.

 

Author Name: Simon Collison

Publisher: Apress

CSS Hacks and Filters Making

Cascading Style Sheets, the technology meant to bring order out of chaos by letting you update Web sites effortlessly, just doesn’t always work. You recognize that when you discover your graphics, perfectly positioned in Firefox, throw your page out of whack when viewed in Explorer. The solution? This cutting-edge collection of hacks, tweaks, and filters—a one-stop resource for tailoring CSS to solve the problems you face every day. From pacifying those ancient browsers to achieving accessibility, these tools can bring CSS’s promise back online—Web sites without worry.
• Filter CSS for older browsers and hide it from newer ones
• Use CSS to enhance graphics and media
• Sample a selection of ways to resolve CSS display issues
• Script your own Document Object Model and JavaScript hacks
• Debug and troubleshoot CSS
• Make the most of CSS and implement CSS hacks in Dreamweaver®
• Create CSS-savvy Dreamweaver templates
• Apply CSS hacks to create accessible sites
• Code server-side solutions with ASP, PHP, or ColdFusion®

 

Author Name: Joseph Lowery

Publisher: wiley publications

CSS Mastery

This book is your indispensable guide to cutting-edge CSS development—all you need to work your way up to CSS professional. While CSS is a relatively simple technology to learn, it is a difficult one to master. When you first start developing sites using CSS, you will come across all kinds of infuriating browser bugs and inconsistencies. It sometimes feels like there are a million and one different techniques to master, spread across a bewildering array of websites. The range of possibilities seems endless and makes for a steep and daunting learning curve.

By bringing all of the latest tips, tricks, and techniques together in one handy reference, this book demystifies the secrets of CSS and makes the journey to CSS mastery as simple and painless as possible.

 

Author Name: Simon Collison (Author), Andy Budd (Author), Cameron Moll (Author)

CSS Web Design For Dummies

A step-by-step guide for stepping up from plain HTML
Create Web sites that grab attention, remain consistent, and are easy to update
Attention Web designers! CSS can be your secret weapon, and this book shows you how to use it. CSS helps you create dynamic visual effects, unify the look of your site, and deliver your site’s content in a professional way that gets noticed. It even makes updates and changes a breeze. Here’s what you need to get up to speed!
Discover how to
• Create practical style sheets
• Format pages that are visually pleasing
• Manage details such as colors and backgrounds
• Handle lists and tables
• Render complex documents

 

Author Name: Richard Mansfield

Publisher: Wiley Publishing, Inc.

More Eric Meyer on CSS

Web designers loved Eric Meyer on CSS, which proved that a book could be both technically competent (it explained Cascading Style Sheets clearly) and aesthetically astute (printed in color, the book showed off Meyer’s work brilliantly). More Eric Meyer on CSS picks up where the original book ended, going into detail on a score of important Web-design tasks. As he did with his first book, Meyer has had this one laid out in a broad-page format, with many illustrations, and printed in full color. The net effect is that readers see the design effects of the CSS tweaks under discussion, and there’s no need to imagine (or load code) to see how colors and shadings look when rendered in a browser.

 

Author Name: JOHN BERGER

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