HTML and CSS Web Standards Solutions: A Web Standardistas' Approach

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Apress, Dec 17, 2008 - Computers - 400 pages
Why did we choose to write this book? We’re both extremely busy—lecturing bachelor’s degree and master’s degree interactive design students, maintaining our own practice wo- ing for clients, and furthering our established careers as artists exhibiting internationally—so the idea of a “how to” book for would-be web designers wasn’t arrived at lightly. That said, we felt the time was right for this sort of book. There are a lot of excellent books that we point our students toward: Dan Cederholm’s inspiring Web Standards Solutions; Paul Haine’s meticulous HTML Mastery; and Andy Budd, Cameron Moll, and Simon Collison’s indispensable CSS Mastery, to name but a few. All are fantastic books and we urge our s- dents to buy every one; however, none of them seemed to cover everything our students needed to embark on a well-grounded, web standards–based approach in one package: namely, a solid foundation in well-structured XHTML coupled with a comprehensive int- duction to CSS. Cue Web Standardistas.

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