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Cascading Style Sheets :The Definitive Guide (en anglais) (Anglais) Broché – 1 juin 2000

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 More of a Tutorial than a Definitive Guide 27 août 2006
Par Jeffrey Heaton - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you are not using Cascading Style Sheets in your own HTML documents, you should consider them. They will save you hours of tedious formatting time. CSS allows you to control every aspect of the formatting and display of your website, without having to "touch" each page individually.

This book is great for someone who has never worked with CSS before. It is very easy to read, and leads you through some very good examples that show how to use CSS for what it does best.

As some reviewers have pointed out, this is not a reference book. It is not well suited to some who is already well versed in CSS, as it will take you awhile to find the exact item of information you are looking for. However, for learning CSS, in the first place, this book does a good job.

1. CSS and Documents

2. Selectors

3. Structure and the Cascade

4. Values and Units

5. Fonts

6. Text Properties

7. Basic Visual Formatting

8. Padding, Borders and Margins

9. Colors and Backgrounds

10. Floating and Positioning

11. Table Layout

12. Lists and Generated Content

13. User Interface Styles

14. Non-Screen Media
6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great technical reference 12 août 2006
Par PottedLiz - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
CSS is the science and engineering behind the art of display. Meyer's book is a great resource for understanding that science. It is one of the few books allotted a place on my desk.

Written much like a programming book, it explains in logical steps exactly how the rules of CSS work. It is not a picture book: it does little to help someone design a website as that is not the intent. What the book does superbly is give the reader a detailed understanding of how to correctly construct a well designed (or not so well designed) website.

Because it examines the theory and logic underlying CSS, many portions of the book require thought and concentration to read. Some paragraphs seem quite difficult to follow at first glance, but the reason for this is that the ideas being conveyed are subtle and oftentimes complex. I found the book to be slow reading, much along the lines of a physics text, because a great deal of information is being conveyed in a small space.

My CSS code is much cleaner, and my coding and debugging time greatly reduced, as a result of *studying* this book.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Indespensible 25 décembre 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Perfect CSS1 reference. Eric Meyer is the high priest of CSS, and this belongs on the desk of any web designer who wants to learn how to work with stylesheets from the ground up, and have a reference you'll use again and again.
I also bought Meyer's fabulous "Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web Design." These two books compliment each other very well.
"CSS The Definitive Reference" is accessible to someone who is a rank beginner at stylesheets, yet would benefit intermediate users as well.
If you already have a CSS reference book and want to go to the finer points, you may want to go straight to "Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web Design," however; it's more of project-oriented book, and a bit more involved and advanced.
Also, one caveat; because of the publication date of this book, CSS2 is not really covered. If this is an important consideration for you, maybe wait until a new edition comes out.
2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Improve Your Knowledge of CSS 29 septembre 2004
Par CMOS - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Prior to owning this book, I was involved in web design of different types for about five years. I picked up various aspects of CSS from visual editors like GoLive and Dreamweaver, just by visually creating elements and tweaking the code. However, if you really want to understand the way CSS is structured and what the best methods for achieving certain types of looks are, this is a good place to start.

This book is neither pure code reference (you should get that at, nor a tips and tricks book (though it does have some good code samples for how to achieve certain things in CSS). Rather it will teach you how to create your own "tricks", by explaining how to: structure CSS code, understand the differences in syntax, and understanding the differences between seemingly similar properties and property values (padding and margins for example).

One qualm I have is that the first book I received had a really poor glue-binding (pages were falling out, and the backing was detached from the binding). The replacement book (Amazon was very quick about it) also had a detached backing, but the binding itself was OK so I kept it. Also, I will say the book is a little dry / difficult to read more than a chapter at a time, but it's just as well because it's hard to retain things from technical books when you read straight through them (usually).

While this won't be the only CSS book you'll ever need by any stretch of the imagination, it's definitely a nice one to have around. I find that after my initial reading, the way I most often use this book is as a sort of "CSS Dictionary".

Once you're ready to start learning how to implement CSS in earnest, I recommend "Cascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation" by Owen Briggs. Similar in size and depth, this book is more accessible and more of a hands-on tool, while maintaining the important code references.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not a practical book, mostly theory. 2 novembre 2005
Par Scott See - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you're looking for a book that will teach you how to actually use CSS, you'll be disappointed by this book. If you're looking for a book that goes into great detail about what CSS can do in theory, you'll love this book. But be warned, before you read a section, you should scan ahead to make sure there's no warning that says, "Internet Explorer for Windows through IE6, the most recent version as of this writing, does not support [whatever...]" The book wastes a huge amount of time describing things that are not supported. And these warnings are at the end of sections.
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