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Cascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation. [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Owen Briggs , Steve Champeon , Eric Costello , Matthew Patterson


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Suitable for Web designers and developers alike, Cascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation provides an extremely approachable guide to some of the latest thinking on cascading style sheets for separating out content from presentation. Filled with useful advice on coping with the real difficulties of using CSS in the real world, this book fills a valuable niche with its compact format and savvy advice from the field.

The practical perspective on today's CSS and XHTML standards, as well as an excellent eye for Web design, helps to distinguish this text. After a tour of the evolution of today's Web standards, from HTML to XHTML to CSS used to format underlying content, the authors provide plenty of actual pages using style sheets. They work slowly to build a basic set of terms and techniques with style sheets. There's good coverage of all the options here, like inline and external CSS and most everything in between.

We liked the book's coverage of font and type from a design perspective, before digging in to using CSS to format text. (This approach helps show what you should aim for when you present Web pages built with CSS.) Extensive samples of a variety of Web page styles using multicolumn formats will get you started on your own Web pages, regardless of your site's requirements.

The book closes with several standout sections on coping with the admitted difficulties of getting CSS to work correctly on all of today's major browsers (including Netscape and Internet Explorer). The authors provide specific suggestions for overcoming known incompatibilities, as well as suggesting general techniques for troubleshooting and testing your site across different browsers. Final samples show off CSS and XHTML used for three case studies: a photo gallery, a personal log, and an online store.

With its practical suggestions for using CSS in real projects and a generally approachable style, this book offers a truly winning combination. It's perfect for anyone who wants to get a better knowledge of CSS used to build Web pages that will look good across a range of today's browsers. --Richard Dragan

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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) enable us to style and lay out HTML data on a web page without the use of messy "table" and "font" tags, and without the use of "hacks" such as invisible GIF files. CSS allows for the separation of content from presentation, so that web designers can change the entire design of a site by modifying one stylesheet, rather than updating each HTML document that makes up the web site. This book provides coverage of the how to use CSS and XHTML for the visual design of web pages. Its practical techniques will give you core CSS skills, as well as showing how to apply them in today's browsers.

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34 von 37 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen No Hacks! 1. Juni 2002
Von Brett Merkey - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a solid book for the *serious* beginning or intermediate Web worker who recognizes that CSS is -and will be- a technique essential to their career.
The authors do a great service in emphasizing the role of proper HTML structure. Without that understanding, CSS is merely decoration instead of an integral aspect of Web-building.
The authors make more effort to deal with backwards compatibility issues (meaning the decrepit Netscape 4) than I think necessary. But at no point do they cater to that browser. They completely avoid wasteful hacks such as tables for layout and 1-pixel .gif tricks.
The authors guide the reader in all the best modern practices, avoiding the old hacks, to create structurally logical and human-readable code -- code that looks nice and displays in new ways.
It's been a long time coming but finally the right Web coding practices are coming to the fore, with the help of books such as this.
28 von 30 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen Good Introduction to CSS 17. September 2002
Von "snowwyrm" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
This book is an excellent introduction to CSS; however, I have a few quibbles with it -- hence, the reason for a loss of one star in my rating of the book. My rationale for calling it "an excellent introduction to CSS" is the following:
1. It covers markup and presentational theories -- thus, affording the beginner a good background for understanding the interplay of (X)HTML and CSS.
2. It adequately explains the box model. The explanation is quite clear; however, my quibble with it is that it is not as detailed as the explanation of the box model in Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide. Such detail can be important even to a beginner.
3. It has a chapter on typography and how typographic principles can be enacted in CSS. This chapter is a real boon to beginners and more advanced users of CSS. Since typographic CSS can be implemented without wrecking a design in every modern browser, knowledge pertaining to how to use it well is important.
4. It offers some troubleshooting techniques. This chapter is not as nearly helpful as the other chapters, but it is good to see such a chapter in a CSS book since the browser manufacturers still have partial and/or buggy implementations of CSS. (Note: the bugs are not all that common.)
5. It provides clear explanations of the CSS properties and selectors that it does cover.
I have covered some of my quibbles, but essentially, they all pertain to not enough detail or coverage of CSS properties and selectors. The book is not aimed at being a complete reference. It is written as a tutorial and, consequently, cannot include the entirety of CSS. I praise it for being a tutorial and limiting the coverage of CSS for beginners. That is why I highly recommend this book for beginners. However, a serious user of CSS will need to also purchase Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide and Cascading Style Sheets: Designing for the Web, 2nd Edition to complete her education about CSS and to pick up the details that this book excludes.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Absolutely necessary title for your work in the long run 7. März 2003
Von richardpinneau.com - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Dabblers in web design may skip this book for now. But if you are serious about investing your time and energy in web design and development, particularly if you are still mixing CSS (Style Sheets) and HTML markup unsystematically according to what seems to patch up your site's function (mea culpa), you owe it to yourself to check this out. Even if you just browse the first two chapters standing in a book store (sorry, authors), READ IT!
Ordinarily, I would not have cared much about another 'history of the web' except that theirs (chapter 1) explained WHY and HOW changes from simple HTML to more efficient developments (esp. CSS) can vastly SIMPLY and empower the way your web design proceeds, enhancing: 1) accessibility of your site, 2) speediness of your site, 3) and best of all speed of your development and revision work.
Although I agree that some exposure to CSS (even just from an introductory web design book) will make the going easier when you read this volume, from Briggs et al. you will finally learn the principles of WHY you save time and money by beginning your design with CSS (instead of just HTML/XHTML) and HOW the units of CSS work. It's like getting your first real understanding of how to do (virtually) all your work on a computer - when you had been clunking along trying to hang on to the familiarity of a typewriter for half your tasks.
Finally, I have to express a real appreciation for the thoroughness of the presentations and the humanity of the writing style - no ranting, no hype - just thoughtful analysis of the state of this art/science and how to cope with its quirks and potentials. I enjoyed their tasteful, wry humor, agreeably sprinkled where appropriate - and the big laugh I got when I decided to look at the authors' pictures. (Seriously, guys, why did you let the publishers use mug shots? ;)
9 von 9 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
4.0 von 5 Sternen Lacks detail in key areas 28. März 2003
Von J. M. House - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
Overall, this is an outstanding text for learning CSS and how to appropriately use it with HTML and XHTML. It is perfect for someone who is already comfortable with basic HTML markup and would like to leverage the various advantages of CSS. The book's only weak point is its coverage of the CSS box model. Arguably one of the more difficult parts of learning CSS, the chapter on the box model makes only passing reference to the float property, which is used very frequently in CSS layouts. Other examples in the box chapter were overly simplified and did not give much more info than I've found online.
The chapters on the basic syntax of CSS are very good and the typography coverage is outstanding.
15 von 17 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Good practical information. 19. Juli 2002
Von James E. Bennett - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
This book has a great number of positives.
The chapters on typography and selectors is beyond compare and the discussion on 'flow' within a page works should be required reading for anyone who takes web site development seriously, i.e. this book probably isn't for the Loving_Hands_Web_Site_Studio.com crowd.
The only 'slight' negative I would make is that the first 78 pages are yet another recitation on what browsers 'should' be doing and how terrible that this hasn't happened - yada, yada, yada.
The CSS purist crowd drone on and on about this topic daily, weekly, endlessly when responding to any legitimate question about implementing CSS on their web sites, newsgroups, e-mail lists - enough already. It's beyond tedious.................
I give the book 5 stars with no reservations but I'd like to see a future edition sans the first section - it's not like this information is new or even relevant. Browsers are what they are - deal with it.
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