March 5, 2008
The Ultimate CSS Reference--New from SitePoint: The Definitive Resource for Mastering CSS
SitePoint today announced the release of its
widely anticipated first reference book The Ultimate CSS Reference ($44.95).
Authored by world-renowned CSS experts Tommy Olsson and Paul
OBrien, this beautifully designed hard-cover book will retail
The Ultimate CSS Reference is the definitive resource for
mastering CSS. The entire language is clearly and concisely
covered, along with browser compatibility details, working
examples, and easy-to-read descriptions.
You simply wont find a more up-to-date and easy-to-read CSS
reference book on the market.
For a review copy, please contact email@example.com.
For other inquiries, such as excerpt or interview requests,
please contact Shayne.Tilley@sitepoint.com.
Paul O'Brien, when he's not working, can usually be found handing out advice in the CSS Forums at SitePoint where he is an advisor. He works as a freelance Web Designer specializing in CSS layouts.
Tommy Olssen is a pragmatic evangelist for web standards and accessibility, who lives in the outback of central Sweden. Visit his blog at www.autisticcuckoo.net.
For more information about the book, including table of contents, index, author bios, and cover graphic, see the catalog page for
The Ultimate CSS Reference.
The Ultimate CSS Reference
Tommy Olssen, Paul O'Brien
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