CSS XHTML resource required?


#1

Can anyone recommend a good book or site for doing CSS and [X|D]HTML.

cheers
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#2

It really depends on what your skill level is.

I wholeheartedly recommend Bulletproof Web Design (Dan Cederholm of
SimpleBits). Also, if you’re on a Mac, CSSEdit2 is the best thing
since sliced bread. I always used to be a straight-up TextMate kind
of guy but CSSEdit2 has made me sooooooo much more productive (
http://macrabbit.com/cssedit/ ). Give it a look.


#3

Jim A. wrote:

Can anyone recommend a good book or site for doing CSS and [X|D]HTML.

For DHTML I like DOM Scripting by Jeremy Keith. He’s has a new book
called Bulletproof Ajax that’s apparently like a second edition of DOM
Scripting in that it includes Ajax but I haven’t looked at it yet.

For CSS I like Bulletproof Web Design by Dan Cederholm and CSS Mastery
by Andy Budd.


Michael W.


#4

Michael W. wrote:

Jim A. wrote:

Can anyone recommend a good book or site for doing CSS and [X|D]HTML.

For DHTML I like DOM Scripting by Jeremy Keith. He’s has a new book
called Bulletproof Ajax that’s apparently like a second edition of DOM
Scripting in that it includes Ajax but I haven’t looked at it yet.

For CSS I like Bulletproof Web Design by Dan Cederholm and CSS Mastery
by Andy Budd.


Michael W.

I knew close to nothing about CSS 3 months ago(I used to do almost all
my layouts with HTML tables). Reading CSS Mastery really opened my
eyes.


#5

Michael\donut

thxs for the references. I have had a look at CSS Mastery and
Bulletproof Web Design on the web and they both get outstanding reviews

cheers