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‘The Art & Science of CSS’ Free e-book giveaway by Sitepoint

Cascading style sheet (CSS) has an important role in web designing, which determine a website’s look and feel. To maintain this across all pages of your website, consistent formatting, design and layout are required. CSS enables you to do everything quite easily with a single or small group of files.

The ebook ‘The Art & Science of CSS’ from Sitepoint is ideal for anyone who wants to gain the practical skills involved in using CSS to make attractive web sites. Each chapter of this book will teach you how to style common web site components through practical examples.

The book contains seven chapters that engage with the fundamental elements of the web page—headings, images, backgrounds, navigation—as well as applied styles such as those used in forms, rounded corners for content boxes, and tables.

Here is a chance get a free copy of this e-book. This is a limited time offer (Two weeks, starts from Nov 18) form Sitepoint. Hurry up and grab a free copy of this amazing e-book (PDF format, 23Mb) worth $29.95. Enter at or here and follow the instruction to download the book.

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