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Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web Design by Eric A. Meyer

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Project Goals

A client has decided to run a sweepstakes to gather some basic customer data, such as the area of residence and personal interests of each contest entrant. Although management wants the data to be collected over the Web, state law requires that all contests allow mail-in entries. To kill two birds with one stone, we’ll style the entry form so that it can be presented acceptably both on the Web and in print. That way, we don’t have to create a whole new “print this page” document and then worry about keeping its contents updated if the entry form changes in the future. In this project, we’ll go through the process of styling the form for the Web, then we’ll style it for print, and finally we’ll balance out the demands of both screen ...

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