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Cascading Style Sheets, Engl. ed.: Designing for the Web (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Juli 1999

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For readers looking for a one-stop read for all they need to know about cascading style sheets (CSS), Cascading Style Sheets, Second Edition: Designing for the Web really hits the nail on the head. One of the authors--Hakon Wium Lie--was the originator of CSS and is in charge of the technology among the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). His writing partner is Bert Bos--another key member of the W3C currently focusing on style sheets and the Extensible Markup Language (XML). Together, they deliver a truly educational guide to the subject.

This book wisely includes numerous color screen shots and diagrams, as well as many typographic examples, to augment the discussion of the inherently visual topic of CSS. The authors' graphical expertise comes through clearly with visuals that clarify topics without cluttering the presentation.

The coverage goes beyond--or shall we say behind--that found in many other CSS books that focus primarily on the technical features of browsers. For example, the authors take the time to discuss typesetting terminology and font families in order to build a well-rounded knowledge. Despite the presentation of the precise details of the CSS1 and CSS2 specifications, the text is quite easy to read and intriguing to follow. Even if you are familiar with CSS--this is an excellent title to own. --Stephen W. Plain

Topics covered: CSS (levels 1 and 2), HTML, and XML tutorials; plus coverage of which browsers support which CSS elements.

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"Some excellent full-colour examples show what CSS can do in the right hands." www.mantex.co.uk, August 2001

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This book's own style is atrocious -- which is ironic, considering its subject. The outside back cover's clumsy rendition of the standard promotional cliche for tech manuals sets the tone: "This book should be on every web content provider, every web designer's shelf."
Between the covers, one finds a bizarre inattention to basic editing practices. The customary space is often not inserted after periods and commas. On pp. 213-217, for example, one sees: "ments,or"; "block.The"; "below.The"; "top,right,etc.,are"; "sheet,and"; "printed,such". (If you happen to see spaces, they were probably automatically inserted by some process after I wrote this.)
The index also breaks new stylistic ground, by not listing entries alphabetically.
The "quick reference" gives wrong page references (p. 202 for "border-top-style," instead of p. 190), making things a lot less quick.
The book also has terrible substantive problems, namely incoherence. Perhaps if you already knew CSS, you'd be able to figure out what the authors are talking about. Most of the time, I couldn't.
This is not a first edition, but the second. Addison-Wesley should be embarrassed.
[Courtesy copy of this review emailed to Addison-Wesley.]
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This book is an indispensible resource if you've already decided HOW to implement CSS on your site and are looking for the best explanations of CSS selectors and syntax. The sections on typography and block-level elements, in particular, are detailed and extremely helpful (all that typography was much more than I needed to know, but it's good that it's there).
However, do NOT use this book if you haven't decided yet which CSS methods to use and cross-browser compatibility matters to you (or your clients). Each chapter cheerfully explains CSS features the way the creators WISH they would work, without indicating serious bugs or pitfalls you may encounter in the real world when trying to implement them the way they tell you to. The browser support charts are buried in the back -- they barely scratch the surface, especially where Netscape 4.x is concerned.
Making design decisions based on the information in this book could lead to some very unexpected and ugly results. Instead, use O'Reilly's "Cascading Style Sheets: A Definitive Guide", which documents browser compliance much more thoroughly, and turn back to this book as a quick-reference while you code.
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The second edition of Lie&Bos is a welcome update for designers using CSS. As more and more browsers support CSS, having a reference book written by the co-authors of the specification is very helpful. The book goes into more depth than most designers will need, but its reassuring to know that answers to all questions can be found when needed.
The updated of the book also lists which CSS features are supported by which browsers. The Opera browser comes out on top, with Microsoft and Netscape trailing behind.
If you're stuck in the GIF tarpit, this book will help you out!
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This book is amazingly well-written. As a beginning web designer with basic knowledge of HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, as it's name does not tell you, not only gives a fantastic insght into CSS but also gives the reader a stronghold on HTML.. Also, for all web designers with interest in starting XML and XSL, this book is invaluable as a lead-in as to the why's of XML and XSL's existance. Well written and informative. Buy it.
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This would be a great book if it discussed more than the W3C specifications, most of which are not implemented properly by today's browsers. If you are serious about learning CSS, you need to understand browser implementations, and practical uses of the CSS spec. For example, the discussion on CSS-Positioning leads one to believe that this will replace HTML table alignment. It gives no indication to the usefullness of CSS-P to DHTML and such effects like drop-down menus.
If you want to learn CSS, there are many online resources. Also, a great product called TopStyle has built in code validation that clearly reveals browser implementation issues...it can't be beat.
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Von Ein Kunde am 21. Dezember 1999
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Very clear written book about the power of CSS. Every feature is explained in detail. So this would be the one and only book about CSS - if only the browsers would comply to the standard! The indications which browser supports which feature are far to superficial to be a guideline for the practitioner. So the book is ahead of his time. Hopefully, in the third edition this book will meet compliant browsers and Addison-Wesley will get rid of the editorial errors which are indeed ironic (see first review).
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As Jakob Nielsen said, CSS2 won't be fully implemented in browsers until IE8 arrives. CSS2 holds a lot of promise, but for working day web site designers, it's pretty useless. Most of CSS2 is not implemented in the main browsers: IE and Netscape. The only browser that fully implements CSS2 is Opera. No wonder, the author of the book is the CTO for them. Unfortunately, Opera doesn't show up on any of my logs as a browser being used. I would love to use CSS2. Can't. That's the final word.
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