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Hi people, the last couple of months i have been learning XHTML, now i have just moved on into CSS. The other day i brought a book called CSS masterary, and have been trying to read it but it didn't cover what i really expected.(Basicly it's a professional's book but i'm just starting CSS) So my question is what CSS book should i get to begin with? Please help, and thankyou for your time people :)

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What exactly are you expecting?(I mean surely, you don't want another book that covers the same unexpected stuff)

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What exactly are you expecting?(I mean surely, you don't want another book that covers the same unexpected stuff)
No, i just wan't to know what would be a really good begginers book to start learning CSS, as the book i have is to complicated

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how well do you understand the beginners stuff? Are you comfortable with everything that you can learn on this site, and can use it correctly?

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how well do you understand the beginners stuff? Are you comfortable with everything that you can learn on this site, and can use it correctly?
Well at the moment i only know how to do stuff like, backgrounds, color, and font. Basicly iv'e only been looking in to it this week because i got a week of before i go back to school. And at the moment i seem to understand begginers stuff quite good. it's just when i looked into a book called css mastery it got me confusted and started talking about child selectors. But at this stage i just want to know the properties, of css or know where to get started. Edited by XHTMLboy

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W3Schools is your place then. No need for books. Books are for mastery. Basics are best explored on sites like this one.BTW, child selectors are nothing difficult. While

#wrapper div

will match (in red)

<div id="wrapper"> <div> <div>Text 1</div> <div>Text 2</div> </div> <div> <div>Text 3</div> <div>Text 4</div> </div></div>
#wrapper > div

will match

<div id="wrapper"> <div> <div>Text 1</div> <div>Text 2</div> </div> <div> <div>Text 3</div> <div>Text 4</div> </div></div>

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Hi people, the last couple of months i have been learning XHTML, now i have just moved on into CSS. The other day i brought a book called CSS masterary, and have been trying to read it but it didn't cover what i really expected.(Basicly it's a professional's book but i'm just starting CSS) So my question is what CSS book should i get to begin with? Please help, and thankyou for your time people :)
Hello, I got this book called, Html (Xhtml) and Css for dummies, i think will be good, there's also this other one i got just for CSS, which ill have to check the name off. ^^ check out Amazon for the books.

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