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on 15 September 2007
This is a popular book in our studio providing a sound foundation of best practices for CSS & XHTML web design. In a similar way to The CSS Anthology, this book asks a question, such as, "What is the best way to mark up a numbered list of items?" or "How can I use CSS to replace text with an image?" However, this book really becomes it's own, by proceeding to suggest 3 or 4 methods with clear and concise examples, before summarising with the pro's and con's of each method.

It's sectioned into chapters including lists, headings, forms, tables and layouts with the familiar Friends of Ed thumb-indexing for quick and easy access. This is one of those books that you'll keep on your desk for regular reference rather than gather dust on your shelf.
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