HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, 2d ed.0975240277
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Even though cited on the cover as "The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to CSS", this book, focused on CSS, does require a thorough understanding of HTML. CSS is a standard which provides a descriptive language to control the structure and appearance (fonts, colors, text effects, etc.) of web pages. It potentially makes website programs much cleaner and condensed--much of the clutter of embedded Inserted into. See embedded system. tables can be eliminated. Coverage includes the basics of CSS rules, how to integrate CSS into HTML documents, and available controls over fonts, colors, text effects
and styling. The final chapters provide detailed examples of various page layouts :: simple two column, three column, and fixed width. There is an appendix with a detailed explanation of each CSS property and an adequate index. Page layout is the part of graphic design that deals in the arrangement and style treatment of elements (content) on a page.
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