20th November 2008

Want to learn more about CSS?

Here’s a fabulous deal for you: SitePoint.com – one of my favorite web design resource sites – is offering one of their most popular books as a FREE download if you follow them on Twitter! But hurry, this is a limited time offer!

Sitepoint book The book being offered is “The Art and Science of CSS” – I own this book and refer to it often since it’s packed full of well-written instructions on using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to create stunning design and effects and to solve design problems and challenges. Having it in the PDF format also makes it even more valuable since I can continue to refer to it even when I’m on the road (I tend to work wherever I can find a power outlet and internet connection). 🙂

The book is worth $29.95 so this is a great freebie – to get it all you need to do is follow @sitepointdotcom on Twitter. SitePoint is having what they are calling a “Twitaway” for the next two weeks only, so don’t miss out! And if you don’t Twitter (is there anyone who doesn’t Twitter these days?) they’ve got you covered – you can still get the free download here: SitePoint Twitaway

Happy Web Designing!

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One Response to “Want to learn more about CSS?”

  1. On November 20th, 2008,Matt Mickiewicz Says:

    Thanks for blogging about the Twitaway! Much appreciated — thankyou for your help in making it a great success.

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