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Useful as a quick reference guide, I find this handy when searching for known selectors/properties. With the advent of CSS3, this pocket reference (covering CSS2.1) is now a bit dated.
A handy, quicky guide. Especially usefully when Google isn't immediately accessible.
This is an amazing reference and every web designer should have a copy. Its arranged very well and is easy to tote around. Could have used some kind of visuals for the CSS properties, but it is only pocket size. If you don't have a copy, you should really get one!Only gave three stars because its just a reference (although it is a must own). Take a star off if you're a visual learner and add one if you like dry programming books.
This is the first edition of this book. I went looking for it specifically, well after I knew enough CSS 2.1 to work without a book (most of the time) because this is the CSS that older browsers understand, if they understand any at all (it depends on the browser, and just how old it is). I hardly use this book, but I wouldn't be without it.
This book has definitely been invaluable to me in expanding my knowledge of CSS over the years. There seems to always be something new to learn about CSS. In fact I was reading through it pretty well every day on the bus one summer.
Absolutely indispensable. This travels with me almost everywhere, literally. I may not always have a quarter to call home, but I always have my CSS Pocket Reference.
When starting on CSS language, this is the book you want by your side, always. Excelent reference guide.
very handy. Don't leave /home without it.
Not to geek out...but this book is an indispensible (sp?) tool. Such a great little, quick, reference.
The perfect accessory to any web designer. Brilliant quick reference reminder.
A good quick reference. But not something I have used in years as googling is faster than going to get this book.Nice to keep on my bookshelf tho.
A great quick css reference.
Great reference for CSS. This book doesn't go real deep, but is nice to have for a "flip-through" guide.