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Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Book Lives Up to ZenGarden Rep

What a delightful read! I just got my copy of Dave Shea and Molly Holzschlag's The Zen of CSS Design, the new companion publication to the Net's pre-eminent CSS destination, and I was up all night eagerly digesting the book's abundant insights.

Well written and lavishly illustrated with numerous full-colour photos and lots of sample code, this book dissects three dozen of the most intriguing and complex designs at ZenGarden. The authors provide abundant CSS tips, including workarounds for some of the most challenging browser (IE) implementation problems.

The book is a passionate argument for standards-based design, and an eloquent demonstration of the power of CSS when used to its full potential. Like the ZenGarden site itself, it raises the bar on web design, providing both inspiration and challenge to all who would build better web sites.

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