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With 50% new material, Creating Killer Web Sites, Second Edition is packed full of updated information on designing for 4.0 browsers, the latest design solutions from the top web design firms in the country, and new HTML tips and tricks. This book is worth purchasing for the CSS Primer alone. Look for the yellow cover in your bookstore!



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Creating Killer Web Sites Second Edition has over 50% new material and HTML updates. Some of the new features are A CSS Primer, Transitional Strategies, and a Looking Forward section. In the Appendix 3, we mention the Web Scrub Script for Debabalizer. Also, check out the comparison of JPEG and GIF image tools. For all the latest in web developer standards, visit WebStandards.org, an invaluable resource center and be sure to sign up for their newsletter.
 
 
What's a Third-Generation Site?
A third-generation site uses typographic and visual layout principles to describe a page in two dimensions. Third-generation site designers carefully specify the position and relationships of all elements on the page, retaining fine control of the layout. Third-generation sites use metaphor and visual theme to entice and guide, creating a whole experience for surfers from the first splash screen to the exit.
 
 

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Missing Chapters Found!
To make room for new, expanded chapters in the second edition, including information on CSS and the future of HTML, we had to move some of the first edition chapters here to the Book Site. You'll find "A Hotlist," "A PDF Primer," and "A Catalog in PDF" all available for perusal here soon.

 
 
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