Transcending CSS: The Fine Art of Web Design

This book isn’t really about Transcending CSS but instead equal parts history, technique, design, process and futures.

And if you want to do more with CSS than a how-to book, you want to read this.

The author, Andy Clarke, believes that you should design for the best, standards based browser and then degrade gracefully.

The design and process sections were very helpful; Clarke believes in structuring content in a content-centric fashion and then apply CSS to lay the content out.

There is a web page that provides all the examples in the book; it would have been great if all the links were on this page, too. So, here are the links I found useful:

If you’re into CSS and want to know how to do modern web design, this is a must-read book.


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