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CSS Secrets
Better solutions to everyday Web design problems. Written by , published by , foreword by
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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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n8t rufe 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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shawn swyx wang 🌟 Nov 12
i recommend if you havent read it, full of great practical “hacks”
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Camilo Rincon Nov 10
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Michele Adduci Nov 4
Replying to @aniawsz @LeaVerou
The book of is one of the best out there
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Charlie Charlie Sep 30
I endorse this! was the book that opened my mind. Understanding the power of CSS and how to improve performance was crucial to code this! One of the biggest challenges of my life.
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Andy Clarke Sep 30
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Rik Abel Sep 14
Replying to @Malarkey @LeaVerou
Amazing book
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Mandy Michael Sep 13
Replying to @Malarkey @LeaVerou
It’s an amazing book!
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ProfClayton Sep 13
I agree with your recommendation (but I have more than one CSS book on my shelf). is a wonderful resource and the fact that the book was designed and printed from a set of HTML/CSS source files is a testament to ’s mastery/skill of the language!
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Andy Clarke Sep 13
“So Andy. I want to buy a book on CSS. What do you recommend?” “Well. There is literally ONE CSS book on my bookcase. By . You should buy that.”
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Liz Faria Aug 20
Was inspired to experiment with background patterns and grids after reading 's book CSS Secrets. I recreated the design to the right
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Andy Clarke Aug 6
Replying to @MrNiceLeon @LeaVerou
The very best CSS book is CSS Secrets by
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shawn swyx wang 🌟 Aug 4
Watching Even More CSS Secrets by - this is amazing, her book is amazing, this stuff is like the “Missing Manual” to CSS, definitely check it out if you do any CSS!
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Israel Navarro Jul 24
Finally, my book arrives. The coding tips section is awesome and full of helpful tricks. Thank you ❤️
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