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Advanced professional Web design; techniques & templates (CSS & XHTML). (CD-ROM included).


Advanced professional Web design; techniques & templates (CSS & XHTML). (CD-ROM included)

Eccher, Clint.

Charles River Media


464 pages




In this book/CD-ROM package for advanced web site designers, Eccher, owner of a web design company, shows how to bridge the gap between XHTML table-based design to full CSS-based design. Techniques are illustrated with b&w screen shots and color examples. The CD-ROM contains about 140 customizable designs, including 20 CSS-driven templates, 80 XHTML table-based templates, 10 e-newsletter templates, 10 signature templates, and 20 Photoshop designs that can be coded. The CD-ROM also includes color examples from the book, working files for each of the book's four case studies, EZmenu JavaScript menus, and a trial version of Adobe Photoshop for the PC.

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Date:Dec 1, 2006
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