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Bulletproof Web Design: Improving flexibility and protecting against worst-case scenarios with XHTML and CSS, Second Edition by Dan Cederholm

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Introduction

I have a confession to make. There’s no such thing as a completely bulletproof Web site. Now, before you close the book and put it back up on the shelf (hopefully sticking out a bit further than the others, thanks), allow me to explain.

Just as a police officer straps on a bulletproof vest for protection, so too can we take measures that protect our Web designs. This book will guide you through several strategies for bulletproofing Web sites: improving flexibility and preparing for worst-case scenarios.

The Bulletproof Concept

Out in the nonvirtual world, a bulletproof vest never guarantees complete, 100% protection, but rather being bulletproof is something that’s constantly strived for. You’re far better off wearing a bulletproof ...

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