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CSS: The Missing Manual

CSS: The Missing Manual, 4th Edition, written by David Sawyer McFarland, is a comprehensive guide to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for beginners and experienced web designers. The book covers everything from basic CSS concepts to more advanced topics, including creating layouts with CSS, working with typography, and using CSS to create animations and interactive features. The author provides clear and concise explanations of CSS properties and how to use them to achieve specific design goals. The book contains examples and code snippets illustrating applying CSS to real-world web design scenarios. The author also includes practical tips and troubleshooting advice to help readers overcome common challenges when working with CSS. One of the strengths of this book is its organization. The author breaks down CSS concepts into easy-to-digest chapters and subtopics, making it easy for readers to find what they need and follow along. The book also includes review questions and exercises at the end of each chapter to reinforce the concepts learned. Overall, CSS: The Missing Manual, 4th Edition, is a valuable resource for anyone looking to master CSS and create professional-looking websites. The book's clear explanations, practical examples, and helpful tips make it an ideal choice for beginners and experienced web designers.
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