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Book Review: Web Designers Reference

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Yes, yes, I know. I could use a copy of this book too...
For those Web designers like me, Mr. Grannell's book is a welcome addition to the literature because it systematically deals with the topics under discussion. In its coverage of XHTML, CSS, Javascript, and complementary coding (like PHP), it provides a nice framework guiding "old dogs" like me into standards-compliant code. Not only does it provide some historical perspectives on these codes, it compares the old with the new in regard to all of the important elements of Web design.
 read more | mail this link | score:6933 | -Ray, May 18, 2005
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