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Everything You Know About CSS Is Wrong! (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 1 ott 2008

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Rachel Andrew is a director of web-solutions provider edgeofmyseat.com. Rachel takes a common sense, real-world approach to web standards, with her writing and teaching being based on the experiences she has in her own company every day.

Rachel's writing credits include: The CSS Anthology (SitePoint), HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, 2nd Edition (SitePoint), Dreamweaver Developer's Instant Troubleshooter (Apress), Dreamweaver MX Design Projects (Apress), Dynamic Dreamweaver MX (glasshaus), Fundamental Web Design And Development Skills (glasshaus).

Kevin Yank is a world-renowned leader in web development. When not writing best sellers, Kevin is the Technical Director of sitepoint.com and editor of the popular SitePoint Tech Times newsletter.



Kevin's Author credits include: Build Your Own Database Driven Website Using PHP & MySQL (SitePoint and Simply JavaScript (SitePoint).

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5.0 su 5 stelle easy, quick 31 maggio 2015
Di Rinaldo - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This text does what it claims to do. It shows a way of using CSS to format HTML page layout in a logical and straightforward manner; using an approach in CSS that simulates the old table-based approaches of the pre-CSS era. Simple, easy, quick, effective. For the advanced, note that the light weight approach described here works perfectly with GWT and the UIBinder mechanism. The caveat that some of the methods will not work with early IE implementations carries a lot less force now that the early IE versions are fading into history. (The book was released in 2009, just about six years ago and a lot of the old has been buried.) Small hassle getting the code which is now on github, but ask Sitepoint and they will help you find it.

The title of the book should read: "Everything you know about formatting page layout with CSS is Wrong!". Yes, most of what has been written on formatting HTML page layouts with CSS has been very c**p indeed. This book is the answer. Well-done, worth the price.
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3.0 su 5 stelle OK, but only worth the amazon price 30 novembre 2008
Di Badotz - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I received notification from SitePoint about this book. They wanted almost $30 for it. I found it at amazon for substantially less, and ordered it.

There isn't much to the book, mostly a discussion of the new table handling in CSS. Informative, but not worth $30. And the title is definitely misleading, if not downright false. You need not "unlearn" everything you know about CSS, only learn new techniques for page layout using CSS tables instead of HTML tables.

I really didn't know what to expect from this slim volume (111 pages). I read it in one sitting, and filed it on my bookshelf with the other "need not revisit" tomes.
5.0 su 5 stelle Needed to make sure I was up to date on ... 18 agosto 2016
Di Marc Stober - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
Needed to make sure I was up to date on old CSS techniques for compatibility with older browsers some of our clients had. This explained it all.
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2.0 su 5 stelle Forward looking but a lot of hype and filler 10 novembre 2008
Di J. Moore - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
First off, the title is problematic and basically untrue. Then the authors go so far as to say their previous CSS books are obsolete - also untrue.

What this book really provides is an introduction to CSS-table based layout. It does a good job with that. Later in the book, it describes ways to mitigate the lack of support in other browsers - it does a fair job of that.

Despite what the authors might leave some to believe, IE6 is far from dead, and neither is IE7. If you use this layout technique, you either don't support the browsers currently used by over 60% of web users, or you keep a separate style sheet. Understand that by keeping separate style sheets, the trade is an increase in maintenance.

IE6 will be around for years. Many companies with tens of thousands of employees only support locked-down versions of IE6 on their corporate desktops.

The actual content of the book is extremely light, and a bit disappointing. It is 116 pages, including the table of contents, and you don't get to CSS tables until page 29. The numerous illustrations (pictures of web pages) are all approximately 1/2 page in size, then they stuck in comments from 4 CSS "superstars". There is a chapter on CSS3 grid selectors, which is pretty useless. I figure that there is maybe 20 pages worth of useful content here seriously padded with fluff.

The sample code is extremely simple. The book would have been better for me demonstrating more complete layouts.
3.0 su 5 stelle Good points, well stated… 19 marzo 2014
Di Cliff Tyllick - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
But dated. For example, consider this chapter title: "Internet Explorer 8 Changes the Game." True enough, but that game's over. If you want a clear, easy-to-read explanation of a key stage in the history of Web design techniques, it's a good read. Otherwise, this book's prime has passed.