by Evin C
Beginning our work on HTML, we have recently added the concept of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to our web-design arsenal. Trying to understand something as in-depth and complex as CSS leaves us at a crossroads, what do we need to learn and where can we learn it? This article briefly touches on an organization assuming the title www.researchandmarkets.com and how it has “announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd’s new book ‘Beginning CSS: Cascading Style Sheets for Web Design, 3rd Edition'” to be offered on their website. This book is explained by the article’s author as such…
“With the latest versions of Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and other browsers released, CSS is more essential than ever. This beginner guide demonstrates how cascading style sheets can be used to define styles to items in Web pages, rather than format each item individually. Each lesson in this full-color book has been methodically revised to be more concise and efficient, making your learning experience as productive as possible. “
As of now, I have not been able to discover if this book will be available free of charge or at a fee of some sort. I will make sure to bring that information to class if I am able to find it out. The relation to our material this article has can not only help improve your comprehension of Cascading Style Sheets but also improve the work done on your HTML documents partnered with CSS. I recommend looking into this book to see if it is a good resource throughout the rest of our course and even past it, you never know what may come of it!
Research and markets: Beginning CSS: Cascading style sheets for web design. (2011, Nov 22). Business Wire, pp. n/a. http://search.proquest.com/docview/905696599?accountid=10357