CSS Hacks and Filters
Author: Joseph Lowery | Publisher: Wiley | 2005 | ISBN: 0764579851 | PDF | 289 pages | English | 4.2 MB
The latter portion of the book is intended to offer practical examples for designers trying to put it all together—and keep it there. You’ll find separate chapters on CSS layouts, navigations systems, and debugging. My ongoing work with Dreamweaver persuaded me to present a couple of additional real-world chapters to address the use of CSS in Macromedia’s world-class and widely used authoring tool: one chapter is on core CSS use in Dreamweaver and the other concerns Dreamweaver templates and CSS. This “getting-it-done” attitude is carried over into the two appendixes. The resources listed in Appendix A should give you a full spectrum of jumpingoff places, and the tables in Appendix B are intended to help you find a safe place to land.