I usually don't make such pointed "buy this book" posts but Rich deserves an exception. Anyone who has posted in the forum for CSS or for either of Rich's first 2 CSS books knows how much work he's put in to answer your questions.
Rich now has a new "Beginning CSS 2nd Edition." As he explains in this Amazon blog
- Is in FULL color, including sample code that has syntax coloring - you can see what this looks like by using Amazon search inside to search for "selector" and clicking page 52, or take a look at the example I posted
- Is browser-neutral with balanced coverage of IE6/7, Firefox/Mozilla, Safari
- has bite-size examples
So if Rich has helped you and you think you need a new CSS book, please give this one a thought. Or, if you are now the expert on CSS yourself, please consider Rich's new book when recommending for someone else!
And please forgive this rare cross-post. :)
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