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I was greatly disappointed with this book. I have bought many other visual quickpro books which have been great.
This book is not advanced. The examples in this book do not separate content, presentation and function.
CSS should be used to separate the presentation from the content of the page as much as possible. It seems that the author has 'divitis': there are so many nested divs in some of the examples it's hard to follow the markup.
You will get better information in:
CSS Mastery: Advanced Web Standards Solutions
Web Standards Solutions: The Markup and Style Handbook (Pioneering Series)
More About the Author
Jason Cranford Teague is a web designer and author. He designed Computer-Mediated Communications Magazine, the first online magazine, in 1994.
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