Recommended Textbook: Designing Web Pages with Cascading Style Sheets
As our Internet devices become more portable, it's becoming increasingly essential that Web pages be designed in a way such that users can access sites clearly and effectively from a variety of remote devices and Web browsers. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style of Web language that uses common printing and display terminology to allow HTML and XML authors to control the way Web pages look, regardless of the browsing device. Styling Web Pages with Cascading Style Sheets will cover the entire CSS2 specification, which was released from the World Wide Web consortium in May, 1998. Through the use of hands-on projects, code samples, and screen shots, users will create style sheets in real-world exercises and master the skills to create effective style sheets on the Web.