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Overview

Getting StartED with CSS takes a practical approach by showing you how to use CSS in simple stages, starting by changing the default appearance of HTML tags to improve the look of text and links.—By the end of the book you'll have a solid understanding of all the main aspects of CSS.

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Average Rating: 5 out of 5 rating Based on 3 Ratings

"Getting Started with CSS" - by BarbaraLFV on 28-DEC-2012
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Found this book for myself, (and a few other students in my HTML / CSS college class). Our recommended textbook was really just a dictionary style reference book and the instructor hadn't taught much so we needed to find a good source to learn from. This was excellent and helped frustrated students do very well on the projects for the class.

Really like his Dreamweaver-HTML5/CSS3 video, too

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"Good book for learning CSS from the ground-up" - by Anonymous on 29-JUN-2011
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Good book for learning CSS from the ground-up.

Good explanation, offers good insights that will help you learn.

Simple and good examples.

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"Very useful helping me understand CSS" - by Manuel on 28-JAN-2011
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This has been very helpful using Dreamweaver which I'm new at.  I've been a Frontpage user for many years using tables to position my images.  I was frustrated with Dreamweaver trying to simply align and image to the right.  This book helped me format my CSS so it worked properly.  I wish Dreamweaver was a little more user-friendly.
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