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CSS Web Design For Dummies

This book is the perfect beginner reference, showing those new to CSS how to design Web pages and implement numerous useful CSS effects available


Part I: The ABCs of CSS.

Chapter 1: CSS Fulfills a Promise.

Chapter 2: Getting Results with CSS.

Chapter 3: Up and Running with Selectors.

Part II: Looking Good with CSS.

Chapter 4: Taking a Position.

Chapter 5: All About Text.

Chapter 6: Managing Details in Style Sheets.

Chapter 7: Styling It Your Way.

Part III: Adding Artistry: Design and Composition with CSS.

Chapter 8: Web Design Basics.

Chapter 9: Spacing Out with Boxes.

Chapter 10: Organizing Your Web Pages Visually.

Chapter 11: Designing with Auto and Inline Elements.

Chapter 12: Handling Tables and Lists (And Doing Away with Tables).

Chapter 13: Creating Dramatic Visual Effects.

Part IV: Advanced CSS Techniques.

Chapter 14: Specializing in Selection.

Chapter 15: CSS Moves into the Future.

Chapter 16: Programmatic CSS.

Chapter 17: Testing and Debugging.

Part V: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 18: Ten Great CSS Tips and Tricks.

Chapter 19: Ten Topics That Don’t Fit Elsewhere in the Book (But Are Important).


Attention Web designers! CSS can be your secret weapon, and this book shows you how to use it. CSS helps you create dynamic visual effects, unify the look of your site, and deliver your site's content in a professional way that gets noticed. It even makes updates and changes a breeze. Here's what you need to get up to speed!

Discover how to

  • Create practical style sheets
  • Format pages that are visually pleasing
  • Manage details such as colors and backgrounds
  • Handle lists and tables
  • Render complex documents
CSS / Web Development
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Dummies, CSS, Web Design
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Sep 4, 2014 Asher

Almost all top web site designers will design on a browser that has good standards such as Chrome and Firefox, and then iron out the broken renderings that IE produces at the end. That being said, the Dummies book, in my opinion is the easiest starting point... just be prepared to do more reading.

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