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CSS Secrets
Better solutions to everyday Web design problems. Written by , published by , foreword by
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Mark Funk Apr 29
Replying to @LeaVerou
Its the only book I still keep on my desk at work. It’s just so well written and useful!
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Andy Clarke Apr 29
The absolute best book on CSS ever is CSS Secrets by
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Dan Levy Apr 3
Replying to @rem @LeaVerou
Leave it to to remind us there are CSS Masters on an entirely different level. We are so lucky she shares her wisdom. 💙 I've given 3 copies of her book to juniors at previous companies. It's so 🔥. 10/10 highly recommended!
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Malcolm Kee Mar 29
Anyone that says CSS is not a programming language should read CSS Secrets. It's fun to read, show you the complex thought process that could go into writing CSS, and just makes you appreciate CSS more.
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Ben Holmes Mar 21
Kinda pricey but has SO many interesting tricks. Maybe not for "getting started" but for "getting clever" 😛
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Olie Chan Mar 21
I'm looking forward to reading this book and yes that is a McDonalds happy meal toy instruction as a bookmark
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Rik Abel Mar 17
Replying to @Malarkey @LeaVerou
My joint favourite CSS book ever (other is CSS Secrets by )
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Cuchillo por lengua 🍕 Mar 7
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CSS Secrets Feb 21
For those who own a copy, would you buy a second edition of CSS Secrets if one was published? (updated content + a few more secrets)
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Valérie Galassi Feb 20
Je me suis installée au bureau d’ et qu’est ce que je trouve ? Le livre de ^^
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Dave Letorey Feb 19
Replying to @calum_ryan @LeaVerou
I concur, amazing book
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Calum Ryan | calumryan.com Feb 19
Finally got round to reading CSS Secrets by . Always something new to learn, improve upon or reaffirm existing knowledge in CSS. Essential reading! ()
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Matthew Kenyon Feb 10
Absolutely loved that book. Great read. I need to find it and read it again.
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Mark Noonan Feb 10
I read 's CSS book all the way through, and 's web dev book too. Maybe a few others. I guess both just felt really valuable and applicable to what I was doing, all the way through. Most books don't feel that way to me.
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Maurizio Lepora Feb 9
Replying to @brad_frost @css and 2 others
You can also find this recipe in 's book "CSS Secrets" . I thought I knew css, but after reading this book I changed my opinion. Now I have a much better knowledge! Thanks Lea 😉
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Hassan Salami Feb 3
Just received this beautiful piece of secrets today.
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David K. 🎹 Feb 1
Great question! I highly recommend reading by , as well as anything by and studying the amazing demos on (). That's how I learned! (Also I tried to make my own Bootstrap but that's a different story)
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getify Jan 25
Replying to @sayin_serdar @LeaVerou
check out 's "CSS Secrets" book, it's great!
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Chris n8trufe Dec 1
Replying to @TheCodePixi @LeaVerou
Haha, yea, i like this property too. I recently started reading the book "CSS-Secrets" (In German. I hope in the US it has the same name.) from . She is a CSS-Genius. You can do much more with box-shadow as you believe.
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swyx 🇨🇦 SmashingConf TO Nov 12
i recommend if you havent read it, full of great practical “hacks”
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