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BOOK: Accessible XHTML and CSS Web Sites: Problem Design Solution
This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Accessible XHTML and CSS Web Sites: Problem - Design - Solution by Jon Duckett; ISBN: 9780764583063
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I just purchased Accessible XHTML and CSS Web Sites and came here to check out what is happening with the forum for author and peer discussion per the About the Book section. I am hoping the lack of discussion means that the book is so concise that no one is having issues with it.

On the other hand I am a bit concerned because the few questions that were asked were never addressed, much less answered on this forum. I get somewhat furious when I get stuck in a book and there is no support to help work through issues... something that has happened... rendering the books useless. Here is to hoping this book won't be put up on a shelf in that category.

Whatever my experience ends up being with this book, I will certainly report on it... just in case someone is "listening" who would be interested in knowing.
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