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

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Overview

In keeping with the practical, hands-on nature of this book, I’ve divided it into a series of 13 projects—each one effectively a chapter. It is possible to skip around from project to project as the spirit moves you because each project was written to stand on its own as much as possible. However, the book was still written with the linear reader in mind, and if you read from front to back, you should find that the projects build on one another.

With a few exceptions, the projects are titled in as self-obvious a way as possible. For example, Project 1 takes a page designed using only HTML markup and spacer GIFs and converts it to an HTML-plus-CSS design.

Projects 2 through 5 cover some fairly basic projects, from touching up a press ...

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