This book by experienced web designer Andy Budd wrote, as the author said in the introduction:
“CSS Mastery is aimed at anybody with a basic knowledge of (X) HTML and CSS. If you have
just recently dipped your toes into the world of CSS design, or if you’ve been developing
pure CSS sites for years, there will be something in this book for you. However, you will get
the most out of this book if you have been using CSS for a while but don’t consider yourself
a master just yet. This book is packed full of practical, real-world advice and examples, to
help you master modern CSS design. ”
Andy Budd to answer is how a better design problems, the book also talked about a number of technical matters, as well as case studies, quite readable.
This book is currently the world’s best-selling CSS books, once created in the Amazon top 19 overall amazing results, keep pace with Harry Potter.
CSS itself is a simple technique, but because of poor browser implementation, but also vary widely, CSS is difficult to use in practice handy. In addition, CSS styles in addition to control but also can be used to generate a variety of dazzling effects, Zen of CSS Garden has proven this point. However, few CSS books after word of mouth these technologies and skills brought together, the search is not only laborious, but divergent views, credibility is not high. This book is a good gap to make up for Web designers and developers often encounter problems, given a variety of programs.
This book is not simply an introductory book, readers need to have some HTML / CSS experience.
Recently while looking at CSS Mastery and Pro CSS Techniques. Two books related to the content and depth of almost compare recommend CSS Mastery. Pro CSS Techniques, do not know if there are three of the reasons, I feel the relationship between the various sections of chaotic, and some content again and again, but also there are some omissions. CSS Mastery feel very smooth.
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