The styling of web documents has evolved a great deal from the early days of the Web when font tags, tables, and HTML attributes scattered everywhere were just what you had to do to make pages look good (or get that animated GIF of a flame repeating across your whole page).
The CSS Pocket Guide will teach you the building blocks of styling documents with CSS, give you an arsenal of modern development techniques, and help you navigate the ever-changing landscape of web browsers and specifications, including CSS3.
Who Should Read This Book
Anyone designing or building web pages should understand CSS. This book offers an overview of CSS and the building blocks of the language to get you going and is geared toward novice and intermediate ...