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|Notes:||Previous edition: 2003.|
|Description:||xx, 410 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1: Houston, we have a problem. Before you begin ; 99.9% of websites are still obsolete ; Designing and building with standards ; The trouble with standards ; Findability, syndication, blogs, podcasts, the long tail, Ajax (and other reasons standards are winning) --
pt. 2: Designing and building. Modern markup ; XHTML : restructuring the Web ; Tighter, firmer pages guaranteed : structure and meta-structure in strict and hybrid markup ; XHTML by example : a hybrid layout (part I) ; CSS basics ; CSS in action : a hybrid layout (part II) ; Working with browsers part I : DOCTYPE switching and standards mode ; Working with browsers part II : box models, bugs, and workarounds ; Working with browsers part III : typography ; Accessibility basics Working with DOM-based scripts ; A CSS redesign.
"Jeffrey and his web standards coconspirators have made it possible for those old enemies--beauty, usability, and accessibility--to play nice together in any website." -- Louis Rosenfeld, publisher,