11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Dunno what this long winded guy is talking about,
This review is from: Learning Web Design: A Beginner's Guide to (X)HTML, StyleSheets, and Web Graphics (Paperback)
I found this book on the internet through a friend who sent me the ebook. I started reading it and then eventually went out and went and bought the book. I found that it had a very clear way of explaining how CSS works a thing which has been keeping me out of designing websites for quite a while. The author delivers a methodical instruction to exactly how all the components of a website are brought together and what the different roles are between CSS and HTML. She also really manages to expound the principles of good design which will allow the reader to write website that will be easily accessible to users with disabilities. I found it quite a joy to read and felt that while this isn't really a book to be read cover to cover it works very well if one consumes it in bite sized pieces ensuring that one fully understands each part before plowing on forward.
In all I really enjoyed learning from this book and would highly recommend it for people out there who know a little about the web and are interested in building their own web pages.
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Initial post: 28 Oct 2008 17:12:58 GMT
T. Nkata says:
Its a great book and i read the earlier edition which was my first one, not much change apart from the emphasis on xhtml. The section on css was excellent, and gave me the indepth to what i need to know!
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