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    Just finished reading Build You Own Site The Right Way...

    ...and now am looking for more intermediate/advanced reads on html to continue developing my skills.

    I was wondering if you guys could toss me some strong suggestions. At the moment I'm having trouble trying to figure out where I should go from here...

    This is the one read I found so far, but it seems to tread on stuff I've already learned about mostly...

    Bulletproof Web Design: http://www.amazon.com/Bulletproof-We...7293723&sr=8-1

    Help greatly appreciated thanks all!

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    Bulletproof Web Design is a good one, but perhaps looks at Cederholm's other, more advanced books, such as Handcrafted CSS.

    Mind you, now that you have a grounding, it's worth getting busy and learning by doing. Also keep track of issues being discussed here, as it's a great way to learn a lot that you won't find in books. And read online articles, etc.
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    Alex Dawson's two books, Getting StartED with Building Websites and Distinctive Design are good ones. And Rachel Andrew's CSS Anthology is a great compendium of info.

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    You can't go wrong with any of the Apress titles.


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