Just ordered a book entitled The ZEN of CSS Design: Visual Enlightenment for the Web, written by the guys over at CssZenGarden.com. It’s a few years old, but I’m really looking forward to start reading it and I hope I’ll be better at CSS after having read it. I’m also looking forward to read a few more books I’m hoping to get for Christmas on the same subject. CSS is a huge part of my daily life, so I might as well start kicking ass in that area.
On and I also ordered Scrubs season 3 since me and my girlfriend already watched the first two seasons, which I ordered a little over a month ago.
It’s a brilliant book, and I’d recommend it to anyone!
I’ve just completed a course on advanced CSS, and it really was an eye-opener into the future of CSS. CSS3 is a working draft, but Safari are starting to implement a few CSS3 commands like multiple background images so you can place multiple images on a single HTML element - soon it will be a piece of cake to do stuff like curved borders etc.
Here are a couple more books that I would highly recommend:
Eric Meyer - More Eric Meyer on CSS
Rachel Andrew - The CSS Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks and Hacks
That’s great to hear Sophie, looking even more forward to it now :-)
Oh, and curved borders sounds awesome! I can’t wait to see what CSS3 will be like.
Thanks for recommending the books, The CSS Anthology is already on my list of books to purchase along with Bulletproof Web Design ;-)sophie_k: