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The Zen of CSS Design: Visual Enlightenment for the Web by Molly E. Holzschlag, Dave Shea

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Appendix . Closing Thoughts

NOW THAT YOU’VE HAD A CHANCE to study the Zen Garden for yourself, where do you go from here?

You may be a veteran, having used CSS since before the days when it made any sense to do so. On the other hand, this may have been your first introduction to the language.

In either case, chances are that you’re interested in doing more with CSS. This is the part of the book where we tell you how.

CSS Crib Sheet

It’s clear to anyone who has tried building a site or two with CSS that browser support still isn’t perfect. In fact, depending on the complexity of your work, you may end up banging your head on your desk and swearing off Web design forever, for the sake of a nice, simple job like city planning or nuclear physics.

In that ...

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