Learn the right way of coding web pages. Whether you are just starting out or have been throwing pages together for many years, this book will show you the right way to code your web pages.
This book is an excellent resource both for newcomers who want to learn the "right" way to code their web pages. It is also almost as useful for experienced web authors who want to get away from using 20th Century hacks in their web pages and start coding them properly.
The one section of the book that I think fails to live up to the authors goal of teaching you the right way to do things so that you don't fall into bad habits is the section on Stylesheet positioning. The book quite rightly tells readers not to use tables for layout and then provides four methods of using Stylesheets to produce the equivalent result. These four methods are presented in the following order.
With that sole exception I feel that the book provides an excellent presentation of how to go about correctly coding web pages that will display [properly in all of the browsers in common use today in a way that makes their future maintenance as simple and straightforward as possible.