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Unreadable; couldn't return it fast enough,
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This review is from: HTML with CSS and XHTML 100 Success Secrets, Tips, Tricks, Hints and Hacks Toolbox and Practical Goodies Guide (Kindle Edition)
For $9.99, I made the ill-fated choice to purchase "...100 Success Secrets, Tips, Tricks..." without first sampling it. I just needed a CSS reference on my Kindle. After purchasing, I first began to get nervous when I saw that the table of contents didn't display well on my Kindle DX - as though there were no CRLF pairs.
But I'm more concerned with content, so I continued on.
What? Ok, perhaps my standards are too high. After all, good development guides don't need to define art, right? They just need to be correct...
"When a person specifies position: absolute, the elements is automatically being erased from the document and transferred exactly as to where he would want to place it." (from "CSS Position: Marveling on Its Purpose").
Ok I'm out. High standards or not, I rather need verb/noun agreement, even if it is "just" a development guide.
HTML with CSS and XHTML 100 Success Secrets, Tips, Tricks, Hints and Hacks Toolbox and Practical Goodies Guide(2 customer reviews)
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