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Last updated Oct 17, 2003.

  • Teach Yourself CSS in 24 Hours, by Kynn Bartlett (Sams, 2002, ISBN: 0672324091). A good starting place for those unfamiliar to CSS.

  • Special Edition Using HTML and XHTML, by Molly E. Holzschlag (Que, 2002, ISBN: 0789727315). This book is an excellent overview of HTML and XHTML, and will help you understand how to choose a language, language version, as well as author to that language properly. Also, an excellent source for syntax guidelines, character sets, special characters, and other important aspects of markup.

  • Special Edition Using XHTML), by Molly E. Holzschlag (Que, 2000, ISBN: 0789724316). The most comprehensive resource for HTML and XHTML authors. (Preview this book on Safari.)

  • XML, HTML and XHTML Magic, by Molly E. Holzschlag et al (New Riders, 2001, ISBN: 0735711399). This is a fun, project-based book that's very helpful to get those who are somewhat familiar with HTML to use HTML, XHTML, and XML for a variety of applications.

  • Eric Meyer on CSS, by Eric A. Meyer (New Riders, 2003, ISBN: 073571245X). This excellent, project-oriented book will take your CSS techniques to a new level.