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Author Topic: Sitepoint book for free PDF download "The Art and Science of CSS" for 15 days  (Read 4458 times)

Carol Haynes

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To get a copy of the free book see:

http://twitaway.aws.sitepoint.com/

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How does the Follow Twitter thing work?

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I don't know - I just used an email address and got it within 5 minutes.

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So how was the book? Was it worth reading?

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Rather than giving a formal systematic view of CSS it is broken into chapters that show you how to deal with aspects of web page design and layout.

Check out http://www.sitepoint...om/books/cssdesign1/ for details.

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Ok, finally got the download link. It turns out it just sends the download link to the e-mail of your twitter account.

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Grabbed it. Quite an interesting read.