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CSS Positioning Online Tutorial Suggestions?

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I'm slogging thru chapter 9 in O'Reilly's "Cascading Style Sheets: The
Definitive Guide". It's a bugger to understand some of the terms he's
throwing about with regard to css positioning. I was wondering if anyone
had any recommendations for relatively user-friendly online tutorials for it
that I could maybe use in addition to the text so I can wrap my head around
some of these concepts. Are there any sites anyone would say are really
good?

Thanks!
Susan
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Susan Addams wrote:
I'm slogging thru chapter 9 in O'Reilly's "Cascading Style Sheets: The
Definitive Guide".


I found Molly Holzschlag's book "Cascading Style Sheets - The Designer's
Edge" very clear to start on the subject, without being dazled. See a
review on this book at http://www.design-bookshelf.com/Web/molly.html

Have fun!

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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"Susan Addams" <No Email> wrote:
I'm slogging thru chapter 9 in O'Reilly's "Cascading Style Sheets:
The Definitive Guide". It's a bugger to understand some of the terms
he's throwing about with regard to css positioning.
Generally, it helps to re-read the text a few times, maybe with a few
days' interval. Some things just _are_ difficult in CSS.
I was wondering
if anyone had any recommendations for relatively user-friendly online
tutorials


CSS is not HTML, and you would get better answers in the
comp.infosystems.www.authoring.stylesheets group.

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Jul 20 '05 #3

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