Mon

11

AUG

2003

Edition 2: Separating Content from Presentation

The first rate book on CSS, Cascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation, previously published by Glasshaus, will now be published by Apress and is going to have a second edition to be published later this year. Congratulations to authors Owen Briggs, Steve Champeon, Eric Costello, Matthew Patterson, and the addition of Dave Shea doing a case study on a CSS redo of his mezzoblue website.

[Book cover: Cascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation, by Owen Briggs, Steve Champeon, Eric Costello, Matthew Patterson, published 2002 by Glasshaus] I’m especially thrilled to see this terrific book continue with a second edition. I was honored to have been a tech reviewer for the first edition, which gave me an insider’s view to the details of this fine book, in addition to being a lot of fun. Reading it in its published form showed that all their hard work truly paid off, and I wholeheartedly recommend this CSS book. I’m sure the second edition will be at least as good and I wish everyone all the best.

[hat tip: Owen Briggs, Dave Shea, Accessify, Nick Bradbury]

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