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Discussion in 'Web Development & Web Hosting' started by Mitzs, Mar 7, 2008.

  1. Mitzs
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    Really SUX big time! I am about ready to pull my hair out with them. :x Thank god I have a book coming for just css and I'm hoping and praying that it is better then the crap I am finding online. 8)

    ARGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!

    ok I got that out of my system. I feel better now.
     
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    What book do you have coming?
     
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    Probably the only thing that you might contend with is that browsers like IE7 won't be addressed, but the majority of the content will still be sound. For the most up-to-date material, you can visit the author's website: CreativePro.com and have a look at the tutorials.

    The reviews on the book are very good overall, so I think it will be a real asset to you.
     
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    Thanks Trip, I appreciate that! You get points for that one.
     
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    Well my book came today and I'm already into chapter 2. While I have done nothing but read so far. It has been interesting and already insightfull. I think I'm gonna be very happy with this book.:D
     
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    Cool - Congrats on the good buy.
    Hopefully it works out for you. I'd hate to have to see a picture of you with no hair :twisted:
     
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    Actually, I"ve been reviewing HTML Dog: The Book. That's not really the official title, but the website www.htmldog.com came first. I know HTML reasonably well and can kloogie my way through a fair amount of CSS, but in pursuing a more defined set of skills to improve my career options, I found it necessary to go back and reinvent my knowledge in a more professional way. The book presents the concepts in a pretty straightforward manner, using the website for illustrations and using my own websites and style sheets, I can deconstruct what I did and discover *why* things work (or don't) the way they do.

    The book (and website) also spends a great deal of time on accessibility, particularly for the vision impaired and how to use HTML and CSS to make a website more easily interpreted by screen readers. I'm also starting to take a more in-depth look at Information Architecture for the World Wide Web as a macroview and a goal in terms of building skills so in essence, I'm looking at learning through both ends of the telescope.
     
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    I like htmldog site, it is where I caught up on my html too. I don't know what IA is and am not sure that I want to.:biggrin But good luck with the book trip.
     
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    Dude bald is beautifull! Take that back or I'll have to kick your nads into next week...8)
     
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    For more info on Information Architecture, go to Wikipedia. By the way, bald *is* beautiful. :biggrin
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