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Noted web standards guru Dan Cederholm (of SimpleBits fame) presents sixteen chapters devoted to the effective and optimal use of XHTML markup followed by advanced CSS techniques layered upon that markup. While much of this information has been covered before and will be familiar to intermediate and advanced XHTML coders, several of the CSS chapters are real eye-openers, even for advanced technicians. For example, in Chapter 11: Print Styles, Cederholm discusses an extremely effective technique
Coming from the all flash explosion of the early 2000's, I was never particularly interested in web 2.0. Once I shifted my focus out of actionscript and into to semantic mark-up and valid HTML, I realized I had a whole lot to learn. Dan's book was the map that I used to get steer my learning process through the world of web standards. I've read countless books and articles on standards since - but I only ever returned to this book. A fantastic work, cohesive and thoughtful, simple and sensible -...
Web Standards Solutions provides a good look into the best practices for HTML & CSS content, and the reasoning behind them. I can't honestly say I took anything practical away from this book that I didn't know about before, but it was a good read regardless.
Todo sobre el mundo del desarrollo de sitios web compatibles con estándares.
Web standards are the standard technology specifications enforced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to make sure that web designers and browser manufacturers are using the same technology syntax
Great book for some CSS best practices.
This used to be a standard reference work but is probably getting a bit long-in-the-tooth.
If you are a web developer this book ought to be on your desk, and dog-eared from overuse. No question about it.