Everything You Know About CSS Is Wrong!
Published: October 2008
- 7"x9" format
- Entire contents of book in full color throughout!
- Covers all modern browsers
- Explains cutting-edge but usable CSS3 techniques
Making me think differently about CSS tables is Rachel's aim in Everything You Know About CSS Is Wrong! As we'll see, she does a damn fine job.
The sooner that IE8 can be adopted, the better, and these techniques can start to get a proper working out. Who knows, there may be a whole new raft of tricks that will arise as a result of these CSS table layout properties...
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I love this book. It goes at just the right pace and tells you just what you need to know. The approach they take in giving you a foundation of knowledge and skills is very well thought out.
Robert Nilson, USA
I don't know why this product is still for sale. Everything I know about CSS is not wrong. It's up-to-date. Unlike this book, which was written in 2008.
Do not purchase this book.
Ryan Kinal, USA
Never have been disapointed with any Book order from Sitepoint. And again exellent writing to the point Rachel and Kevin give great advise love the Book.
Armando Ming, USA
Great book with lots of ideas and hints to get web pages working and looking good.
Richard Hanna, USA
This books gave me a better insight on how to use CSS as a development tool instead of hacking styles like I usually do.
Curtis C James, USA
I struggled with CSS in my college courses and this book has shown me just why! Easy to follow instruction. Great book!
Ann Magee, USA
Enjoying it, thanks! Very clear and well laid out and at the level I need.
Razeen Davids, USA
Great work on all the ebooks I bought with Sitepoint. Totally awesome, simplified, upto the point content.
Shravan Vaddiraj, USA
This book is just stupid. Trying to apply CSS to Tables is like putting a Model T engine in an Indianapolis Race Car.
While we have all moved to CSS 3 this idiot is still dicking around with tables. I can't believe it, and the title is totally misleading.
John Beckman, USA
Very encouraging and straightforward read, honestly stating flaws as well as benefits. But is the technique not a bit outdated by now or is it still well in use? Sorry for asking, I have not a lot of experience here.
Olaf Mueller, USA
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