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Table of Contents
- Web Basics
- Publishing on the Web: Putting Files on the Server
- Web Design Process and Workflow
- Project Management
- Mark My WWWord: HTML and XHTML
- Standards Compliance
- Visual Design and the Web
- Color Theory
- Working with CSS
- How to Create CSS Menus
- How Should Web Designers Manage Layouts?
- Shining Examples of Bad Design
- Get Your Site in a Festive Mood: How to Quickly Change Styles
- Designing Mobile Web Sites
- Designing for Mobile Devices
- Books and e-Books
- Online Resources
- Meta Tags and Search
- Enhancing Web Page Interaction
- Web Graphics
- Web Page Optimization
- Overview of Servers
- Server Programming Basics
- Careers in Web Design
- Intellectual Property for Web Designers
Books and e-Books
Last updated Oct 17, 2003.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) By Example, by Steve Callihan (Que, 2001, ISBN: 0789726173). In this book, you'll learn example by example how to put CSS to work and examine style for visual design as well as some layout.
HTML for the World Wide Web with XHTML and CSS: Visual QuickStart Guide, by Elizabeth Castro (Peachpit Press, 2002, ISBN: 0321130073). This helpful book will take you through the structuring and styling of documents step-by-step, with plenty of visuals to assist. (Preview this book on Safari.)
Eric Meyer on CSS, by Eric A. Meyer (New Riders, 2002, ISBN: 073571245X). CSS "pope" Eric Meyer goes project by project and helps you construct a range of layouts and pages using CSS.
Designing CSS Web Pages, by Christopher Schmitt (New Riders, 2002, ISBN: 0735712638). Designer Christopher Schmitt looks at a variety of cool CSS tricks and layouts that you can use to create great CSS pages.