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  1. #46
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    Web Development Resourses

    Here is a huge list of Web Development resources
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    css books

    CSS Mastery- Advanced web solutions
    Author-Andy Budd
    cost:$23

    Pro CSS techniques
    Author:Jeff Croft
    cost: $26



    These are the books that I am referring. thanks!
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    Thank you wery much but I was not able to apply this. Let me explain more.

    check www.indice.com.tr with mozilla to see how it should be.
    1 my inactive buttons are shown as active in ie
    2 there is a blue text instance of orange

    Here are my css codes first is suckerfish.css the second is template.css.
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  4. #49
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    Hi


    I will be mad.
    Lots of links. I take a visit some of those and i like their matter. I always wanted something new in CSS. And you all provide me. thanks guys.
    Oooops i made a mistake.
    I m not visit his sites who start this thread.

    thanks
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    Learning about CSS

    THank you for thid article - there are some useful webistes here. I am trying to optimise my websites and one thing that I must learn how to do is to use CSS properly. It seems straight forward enough, but I recently tried to do this and came across problems.
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    3 column liquid layout, with your text in the first column for SEO purposes, and more layouts.

    http://matthewjamestaylor.com/blog/u...ail-pixels.htm
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    Drop down menu, JUST CSS and XHTML. Works in ALL browsers

    http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/dd_valid.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by claytonseo View Post
    Drop down menu, JUST CSS and XHTML. Works in ALL browsers

    http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/dd_valid.html
    That's one of Stu's older ones. Check out this much more recent one: http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/ul-multi-nine.html
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    DevCheatSheet.com has a collection of free CSS cheat sheets
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    i have learn CSS from w3c school, its one good for learn all language.
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    wcTutorials - Enjoy
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    CSS is very essential to give the website a beautiful look. There are many online tutorials to learn CSS. It is better to learn CSS and web development through online tutorials as there are many materials available for reference.
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    CSS: The Missing Manual
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    I really like this article:

    The 30 CSS Selectors You Must Memorize
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