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  2. CSS THE MISSING MANUAL The book that should have been in the box® Download at Boykma.Com
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  4. CSS Second Edition THE MISSING MANUAL ® David Sawyer McFarland Beijing • Cambridge • Farnham • Köln • Sebastopol • Taipei • Tokyo Download at Boykma.Com
  5. CSS: The Missing Manual, Second Edition by David Sawyer McFarland Copyright © 2009 David Sawyer McFarland. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. Published by O’Reilly Media, Inc., 1005 Gravenstein Highway North, Sebastopol, CA 95472. O’Reilly books may be purchased for educational, business, or sales promotional use. Online editions are also available for most titles (safari.oreilly.com). For more information, contact our corporate/institutional sales department: (800) 998-9938 or corporate@oreilly.com. Printing History: August 2006: First Edition. August 2009: Second Edition. Nutshell Handbook, the Nutshell Handbook logo, the O’Reilly logo, and “The book that should have been in the box” are registered trademarks of O’Reilly Media, Inc. CSS: The Missing Manual, The Missing Manual logo, Pogue Press, and the Pogue Press logo are trademarks of O’Reilly Media, Inc. Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks. Where those designations appear in this book, and O’Reilly Media, Inc. was aware of a trademark claim, the designations have been printed in caps or initial caps. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book, the publisher and author(s) assume no responsibility for errors or omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein. This book uses RepKover™ a durable and flexible lay-flat binding. , ISBN: 978-0-596-80244-8 [M] Download at Boykma.Com
  6. Table of Contents The Missing Credits ................................................................................. xiii Introduction................................................................................................. 1 Part One: CSS Basics Chapter 1: Rethinking HTML for CSS...................................................... 17 HTML: Past and Present .......................................................................................................................... 17 HTML Past: Whatever Looked Good ............................................................................................... 18 HTML Present: Scaffolding for CSS ................................................................................................. 19 Writing HTML for CSS .............................................................................................................................. 20 Think Structure ................................................................................................................................... 20 Two New HTML Tags to Learn ......................................................................................................... 20 HTML to Forget .................................................................................................................................. 22 Tips to Guide Your Way .................................................................................................................... 23 The Importance of the Doctype ............................................................................................................. 26 Getting the Most out of Internet Explorer 8 ......................................................................................... 28 Chapter 2: Creating Styles and Style Sheets .......................................... 31 Anatomy of a Style ................................................................................................................................... 31 Understanding Style Sheets .................................................................................................................... 34 Internal or External—How to Choose .............................................................................................. 34 Internal Style Sheets ................................................................................................................................ 35 External Style Sheets ................................................................................................................................ 36 Linking a Style Sheet Using HTML ................................................................................................... 37 Linking a Style Sheet Using CSS ...................................................................................................... 38 v Download at Boykma.Com
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Tutorial: Creating Your First Styles ........................................................................................................ 39 Creating an Inline Style ..................................................................................................................... 39 Creating an Internal Style Sheet ...................................................................................................... 40 Creating an External Style Sheet ...................................................................................................... 43 Chapter 3: Selectors: Identifying What to Style.....................................49 Tag Selectors: Page-Wide Styling ........................................................................................................... 50 Class Selectors: Pinpoint Control ........................................................................................................... 51 ID Selectors: Specific Page Elements ..................................................................................................... 53 Styling Groups of Tags ............................................................................................................................. 55 Constructing Group Selectors .......................................................................................................... 56 The Universal Selector (Asterisk) ..................................................................................................... 56 Styling Tags Within Tags .......................................................................................................................... 57 The HTML Family Tree ...................................................................................................................... 57 Building Descendent Selectors ......................................................................................................... 58 Pseudo-Classes and Pseudo-Elements .................................................................................................. 61 Styles for Links ................................................................................................................................... 61 Styling Paragraph Parts ..................................................................................................................... 62 More Pseudo-Classes and -Elements .............................................................................................. 62 Advanced Selectors .................................................................................................................................. 65 Child Selectors .................................................................................................................................... 66 Adjacent Siblings ................................................................................................................................ 66 Attribute Selectors .............................................................................................................................. 67 Tutorial: Selector Sampler ....................................................................................................................... 70 Creating a Group Selector ................................................................................................................ 72 Creating and Applying a Class Selector .......................................................................................... 73 Creating a Descendent Selector ....................................................................................................... 76 Creating and Applying an ID Selector ............................................................................................. 77 Finishing Touches .............................................................................................................................. 79 Chapter 4: Saving Time with Style Inheritance...................................... 81 What Is Inheritance? ................................................................................................................................ 81 How Inheritance Streamlines Style Sheets ........................................................................................... 83 The Limits of Inheritance ......................................................................................................................... 83 Tutorial: Inheritance ................................................................................................................................. 85 A Basic Example: One Level of Inheritance .................................................................................... 85 Using Inheritance to Restyle an Entire Page .................................................................................. 86 Inheritance Inaction ........................................................................................................................... 89 Chapter 5: Managing Multiple Styles: The Cascade .............................. 91 How Styles Cascade ................................................................................................................................. 92 Inherited Styles Accumulate ............................................................................................................. 92 Nearest Ancestor Wins ...................................................................................................................... 93 The Directly Applied Style Wins ....................................................................................................... 93 One Tag, Many Styles ........................................................................................................................ 94 vi CSS: The Missing Manual Download at Boykma.Com
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Specificity: Which Style Wins .................................................................................................................. 96 The Tiebreaker: Last Style Wins ....................................................................................................... 97 Controlling the Cascade .......................................................................................................................... 99 Changing the Specificity ................................................................................................................... 99 Selective Overriding ........................................................................................................................ 100 Starting with a Clean Slate ............................................................................................................. 101 Tutorial: The Cascade in Action ........................................................................................................... 103 Resetting CSS and Styling from Scratch ........................................................................................ 103 Creating a Hybrid Style ................................................................................................................... 105 Overcoming Conflicts ...................................................................................................................... 106 Part Two: Applied CSS Chapter 6: Formatting Text .....................................................................113 Formatting Text ...................................................................................................................................... 113 Choosing a Font ............................................................................................................................... 115 Adding Color to Text ....................................................................................................................... 118 Changing Font Size ................................................................................................................................ 119 Using Pixels ....................................................................................................................................... 120 Using Keywords, Percentages, and Ems ....................................................................................... 121 Formatting Words and Letters ............................................................................................................. 124 Italicizing and Bolding ..................................................................................................................... 124 Capitalizing ....................................................................................................................................... 125 Decorating ........................................................................................................................................ 125 Letter and Word Spacing ................................................................................................................ 127 Formatting Entire Paragraphs .............................................................................................................. 128 Adjusting the Space Between Lines .............................................................................................. 128 Aligning Text ..................................................................................................................................... 130 Indenting the First Line and Removing Margins ......................................................................... 130 Formatting the First Letter or First Line of a Paragraph ............................................................. 132 Styling Lists .............................................................................................................................................. 134 Types of Lists .................................................................................................................................... 134 Positioning Bullets and Numbers .................................................................................................. 135 Graphic Bullets ................................................................................................................................. 137 Tutorial: Text Formatting in Action ...................................................................................................... 138 Setting Up the Page ......................................................................................................................... 138 Formatting the Headings and Paragraphs ................................................................................... 140 Formatting Lists ................................................................................................................................ 143 Fine-Tuning with Classes ................................................................................................................ 144 Adding the Finishing Touches ........................................................................................................ 146 Table of Contents vii Download at Boykma.Com
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Chapter 7: Margins, Padding, and Borders .......................................... 151 Understanding the Box Model .............................................................................................................. 151 Control Space with Margins and Padding .......................................................................................... 153 Margin and Padding Shorthand .................................................................................................... 155 Colliding Margins ............................................................................................................................. 155 Removing Space with Negative Margins ...................................................................................... 156 Displaying Inline and Block-Level Boxes ...................................................................................... 158 Adding Borders ....................................................................................................................................... 160 Border Property Shorthand ............................................................................................................ 161 Formatting Individual Borders ....................................................................................................... 162 Coloring the Background ...................................................................................................................... 164 Determining Height and Width ............................................................................................................ 164 Calculating a Box’s Actual Width and Height ............................................................................... 165 Controlling the Tap with the Overflow Property ......................................................................... 167 Wrap Content with Floating Elements ................................................................................................. 169 Backgrounds, Borders, and Floats ................................................................................................. 172 Stopping the Float ............................................................................................................................ 172 Tutorial: Margins, Backgrounds, and Borders .................................................................................... 175 Controlling Page Margins and Backgrounds ................................................................................ 175 Adjusting the Space Around Tags .................................................................................................. 178 Building a Sidebar ............................................................................................................................ 181 Fixing the Browser Bugs .................................................................................................................. 184 Going Further ................................................................................................................................... 186 Chapter 8: Adding Graphics to Web Pages .......................................... 187 CSS and the Tag ......................................................................................................................... 187 Background Images ............................................................................................................................... 188 Controlling Repetition ............................................................................................................................ 193 Positioning a Background Image ......................................................................................................... 194 Keywords .......................................................................................................................................... 194 Precise Values ................................................................................................................................... 196 Percentage Values ............................................................................................................................ 197 Fixing an Image in Place ................................................................................................................. 199 Using Background Property Shorthand .............................................................................................. 199 Tutorial: Enhancing Images .................................................................................................................. 201 Framing an Image ............................................................................................................................ 202 Adding a Caption ............................................................................................................................. 203 Tutorial: Creating a Photo Gallery ....................................................................................................... 206 Adding Drop Shadows .................................................................................................................... 210 Tutorial: Using Background Images ..................................................................................................... 213 Adding an Image to the Page Background ................................................................................... 214 Replacing Borders with Graphics ................................................................................................... 216 Using Graphics for Bulleted Lists ................................................................................................... 218 Giving the Sidebar Personality ....................................................................................................... 219 Going Further ................................................................................................................................... 223 viii CSS: The Missing Manual Download at Boykma.Com
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Chapter 9: Sprucing Up Your Site’s Navigation.................................... 225 Selecting Which Links to Style .............................................................................................................. 225 Understanding Link States .............................................................................................................. 226 Targeting Particular Links ............................................................................................................... 227 Styling Links ............................................................................................................................................ 228 Underlining Links ............................................................................................................................. 229 Creating a Button ............................................................................................................................. 231 Using Graphics ................................................................................................................................. 233 Building Navigation Bars ....................................................................................................................... 235 Using Unordered Lists ..................................................................................................................... 235 Vertical Navigation Bars .................................................................................................................. 236 Horizontal Navigation Bars ............................................................................................................ 238 Advanced Link Techniques ................................................................................................................... 244 Big Clickable Buttons ....................................................................................................................... 244 CSS-Style Preloading Rollovers ...................................................................................................... 246 Sliding Doors .................................................................................................................................... 248 Styling Particular Types of Links .................................................................................................... 250 Tutorial: Styling Links ............................................................................................................................ 252 Basic Link Formatting ...................................................................................................................... 252 Adding a Background Image to a Link ......................................................................................... 255 Highlighting Different Links ............................................................................................................ 256 Tutorial: Creating a Navigation Bar ..................................................................................................... 258 Adding Rollovers and Creating “You Are Here” Links ................................................................ 262 Fixing the IE Bugs ............................................................................................................................. 265 From Vertical to Horizontal ............................................................................................................ 266 Chapter 10: Formatting Tables and Forms ......................................................................................... 271 Using Tables the Right Way .................................................................................................................. 271 Styling Tables .......................................................................................................................................... 273 Adding Padding ................................................................................................................................ 274 Adjusting Vertical and Horizontal Alignment ............................................................................... 274 Creating Borders .............................................................................................................................. 276 Styling Rows and Columns ............................................................................................................. 277 Styling Forms .......................................................................................................................................... 279 HTML Form Elements ...................................................................................................................... 280 Laying Out Forms Using CSS ......................................................................................................... 283 Tutorial: Styling a Table ......................................................................................................................... 284 Tutorial: Styling a Form ......................................................................................................................... 290 Table of Contents ix Download at Boykma.Com
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Part Three: CSS Page Layout Chapter 11: Introducing CSS Layout .....................................................299 Types of Web Page Layouts .................................................................................................................. 299 How CSS Layout Works ......................................................................................................................... 301 The Mighty Tag ...................................................................................................................... 302 Techniques for CSS Layout ............................................................................................................. 303 Layout Strategies .................................................................................................................................... 304 Start with Your Content ................................................................................................................... 304 Mock Up Your Design ..................................................................................................................... 305 Identify the Boxes ............................................................................................................................ 305 Go with the Flow .............................................................................................................................. 306 Remember Background Images .................................................................................................... 306 Pieces of a Puzzle ............................................................................................................................. 308 Layering Elements ............................................................................................................................ 308 Don’t Forget Margins and Padding ............................................................................................... 309 Chapter 12: Building Float-Based Layouts ........................................... 311 Applying Floats to Your Layouts .......................................................................................................... 315 Floating All Columns ....................................................................................................................... 315 Floats Within Floats ......................................................................................................................... 317 Using Negative Margins to Position Elements ............................................................................. 318 Overcoming Float Problems ................................................................................................................. 323 Clearing and Containing Floats ...................................................................................................... 323 Creating Full-Height Columns ........................................................................................................ 328 Preventing Float Drops .................................................................................................................... 330 Handling Internet Explorer 6 Bugs ....................................................................................................... 333 Double-Margin Bug ......................................................................................................................... 333 3-Pixel Gaps ...................................................................................................................................... 335 Other IE Problems ............................................................................................................................ 337 Tutorial: Multiple-Column Layouts ...................................................................................................... 338 Structuring the HTML ...................................................................................................................... 338 Creating the Layout Styles .............................................................................................................. 339 Adding Another Column ................................................................................................................. 340 Adding a “Faux Column” ................................................................................................................ 342 Fixing the Width ............................................................................................................................... 344 Tutorial: Negative Margin Layout ........................................................................................................ 345 Centering a Layout .......................................................................................................................... 345 Floating the 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Chapter 13: Positioning Elements on a Web Page............................... 355 How Positioning Properties Work ........................................................................................................ 356 Setting Positioning Values .............................................................................................................. 358 When Absolute Positioning Is Relative ......................................................................................... 360 When (and Where) to Use Relative Positioning .......................................................................... 363 Stacking Elements ............................................................................................................................ 365 Hiding Parts of a Page ..................................................................................................................... 367 Powerful Positioning Strategies ............................................................................................................ 367 Positioning Within an Element ....................................................................................................... 369 Breaking an Element Out of the Box ............................................................................................. 370 Using CSS Positioning for Page Layout ......................................................................................... 371 Creating CSS-Style Frames Using Fixed Positioning ................................................................... 375 Tutorial: Positioning Page Elements .................................................................................................... 380 Enhancing a Page Banner ............................................................................................................... 380 Adding a Caption to a Photo .......................................................................................................... 384 Laying Out the Page ........................................................................................................................ 387 Part Four: Advanced CSS Chapter 14: CSS for the Printed Page ...................................................395 How Media Style Sheets Work ............................................................................................................. 395 How to Add Media Style Sheets ........................................................................................................... 398 Specifying the Media Type for an External Style Sheet .............................................................. 398 Specifying the Media Type Within a Style Sheet ......................................................................... 398 Creating Print Style Sheets .................................................................................................................... 399 Using !important to Override Onscreen Styling .......................................................................... 400 Reworking Text Styles ..................................................................................................................... 400 Styling Backgrounds for Print ........................................................................................................ 402 Hiding Unwanted Page Areas ........................................................................................................ 403 Adding Page Breaks for Printing .................................................................................................... 405 Tutorial: Building a Print Style Sheet ................................................................................................... 406 Remove Unneeded Page Elements ............................................................................................... 406 Adjusting the Layout ....................................................................................................................... 409 Reformatting the Text ...................................................................................................................... 411 Displaying URLs ............................................................................................................................... 412 Chapter 15: Improving Your CSS Habits..........................................................................................415 Adding Comments ................................................................................................................................. 415 Organizing Styles and Style Sheets ...................................................................................................... 416 Name Styles Clearly ........................................................................................................................ 417 Use Multiple Classes to Save Time ................................................................................................ 418 Organize Styles by Grouping ......................................................................................................... 420 Using Multiple Style Sheets ............................................................................................................ 421 Table of Contents xi Download at Boykma.Com
  13. Eliminating Browser Style Interference ............................................................................................... 423 Using Descendent Selectors .................................................................................................................. 427 Compartmentalize Your Pages ...................................................................................................... 428 Identify the Body .............................................................................................................................. 429 Managing Internet Explorer Hacks ...................................................................................................... 432 Design for Contemporary Browsers First ..................................................................................... 433 Isolate CSS for IE with Conditional Comments ............................................................................ 433 Chapter 16: CSS 3: CSS on the Edge......................................................437 An Overview of CSS 3 ............................................................................................................................ 438 CSS 3 Selectors ....................................................................................................................................... 439 Child Selectors .................................................................................................................................. 439 Type Selectors .................................................................................................................................. 441 Opacity ..................................................................................................................................................... 443 RGBA Color ............................................................................................................................................. 445 Simulating RGBA in Internet Explorer ........................................................................................... 446 Text Shadow ............................................................................................................................................ 448 Font Freedom ......................................................................................................................................... 450 Generated Content ................................................................................................................................. 452 Part Five: Appendixes Appendix A: CSS Property Reference ...................................................459 Appendix B: CSS in Dreamweaver CS4 ................................................487 Appendix C: CSS Resources ....................................................................517 Index ........................................................................................................525 xii CSS: The Missing Manual Download at Boykma.Com
  14. The Missing Credits About the Author David Sawyer McFarland is president of Sawyer McFarland Media, Inc., a Web development and training company in Portland, Ore- gon. He’s been building Web sites since 1995, when he designed his first website: an online magazine for communication professionals. He’s served as the webmaster at the University of California at Ber- keley and the Berkeley Multimedia Research Center, and he has helped build, design, and program websites for numerous clients including Macworld.com. In addition to building websites, David is also a writer, trainer, and instructor. He’s taught web design at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, the Center for Electronic Art, the Academy of Art College, Ex’Pressions Center for New Media, and the Art Institute of Portland. He currently teaches in the Multimedia Program at Portland State University. He’s written articles about web design for Practical Web Design, Macworld magazine and CreativePro.com. David is also the author of Dreamweaver: The Missing Manual, and JavaScript: The Missing Manual. He welcomes feedback about this book by email: missing@sawmac.com. (If you’re seeking technical help, however, please refer to the sources listed in Appendix C.) About the Creative Team Nan Barber (editor) has worked with the Missing Manual series since the previous millennium. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and G4 Macintosh. Email: nanbarber@oreilly.com. Nellie McKesson (production editor) lives in Brighton, Mass., where she spends her free time playing with her band Dr. & Mrs. Van der Trampp (http://myspace. com/drmrsvandertrampp) and making t-shirts for her friends (http:// mattsaundersbynellie.etsy.com). Email: nellie@oreilly.com. Marcia Simmons (copy editor) is a writer and editor living in the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to covering technology and cocktail culture, she has a per- sonal blog at www.smartkitty.org. Angela Howard (indexer) has been indexing for over 10 years, mostly for com- puter books, but occasionally for books on other topics such as travel, alternative medicine, and leopard geckos. She lives in California with her husband, daughter, and two cats. xiii CSS: The Missing Manual, eMatter Edition Download at Boykma.Com Copyright © 2009 O’Reilly & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved.
  15. Tony Ruscoe (technical reviewer) is a web developer living in Sheffield, England. His first computer programs were written in Sinclair BASIC on his ZX Spectrum in the mid-1980s. He’s been developing websites and web applications using a variety of programming technologies and techniques since 1997. He currently maintains his personal website (http://ruscoe.net) and a site dedicated to researching his surname (http://ruscoe.name). Christopher Schmitt (technical reviewer) is author of numerous web design and digital imaging books, including the CSS Cookbook and has also written for New Architect magazine, and the websites A List Apart, Digital Web, and Web Refer- ence. Christopher is the founder of Heat Vision, a small new media publishing and design firm and an award-winning web designer. He is co-lead of the Adobe Task Force for the Web Standards Project (WaSP). In addition, he chairs AIGA’s In Control Web Design Workshop Conference. Web: www.christopherschmitt.com. Acknowledgements Many thanks to all those who helped with this book, including my students, who always help me see complex concepts through beginners’ eyes. Thanks to my tech- nical editors, Christopher Schmitt and Tony Ruscoe, who saved me from any embarrassing mistakes, and Zoe Gillenwater whose valuable advice for the first edition of this book lives on. Also, we all owe a big debt of gratitude to the many web designers who have broken new ground by using CSS in creative ways, and shared their discoveries with the web design community. Finally, thanks to David Pogue whose unflagging enthusiasm and endurance is inspiring; Nan Barber for refining my writing, fixing my mistakes and keeping me on track; my wife, Scholle, for her love and support; my son, Graham, who sug- gested that I’d get this book done a lot faster if I just typed “Blah, blah, blah, blah, BOO!” for each chapter; my wonderful daughter, Kate, whose smile is always a great pick-me-up; and to my family: Mom, Doug, Mary, David, Marisa, Tessa, Phyllis, Les, Del, Patricia, and Mike. —David Sawyer McFarland xiv CSS: The Missing Manual CSS: The Missing Manual, eMatter Edition Download at Boykma.Com Copyright © 2009 O’Reilly & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved.
  16. The Missing Manual Series Missing Manuals are witty, superbly written guides to computer products that don’t come with printed manuals (which is just about all of them). Each book fea- tures a handcrafted index; cross-references to specific pages (not just chapters); and RepKover, a detached-spine binding that lets the book lie perfectly flat with- out the assistance of weights or cinder blocks. Recent and upcoming titles include: Access 2007: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald AppleScript: The Missing Manual by Adam Goldstein AppleWorks 6: The Missing Manual by Jim Elferdink and David Reynolds Creating a Web Site: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald David Pogue’s Digital Photography: The Missing Manual by David Pogue Dreamweaver 8: The Missing Manual by David Sawyer McFarland Dreamweaver CS3: The Missing Manual by David Sawyer McFarland Dreamweaver CS4: The Missing Manual by David Sawyer McFarland eBay: The Missing Manual by Nancy Conner Excel 2003: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald Excel 2007: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald Facebook: The Missing Manual by E.A. Vander Veer Google SketchUp: The Missing Manual by Chris Grover FileMaker Pro 9: The Missing Manual by Geoff Coffey and Susan Prosser FileMaker Pro 10: The Missing Manual by Susan Prosser and Geoff Coffey Flash 8: The Missing Manual by E.A. Vander Veer Flash CS3: The Missing Manual by E.A. Vander Veer and Chris Grover Flash CS4: The Missing Manual by Chris Grover with E.A. Vander Veer FrontPage 2003: The Missing Manual by Jessica Mantaro Google Apps: The Missing Manual by Nancy Conner The Internet: The Missing Manual by David Pogue and J.D. Biersdorfer iMovie 6 & iDVD: The Missing Manual by David Pogue iMovie ’08 & iDVD: The Missing Manual by David Pogue iMovie ’09 & iDVD: The Missing Manual by David Pogue and Aaron Miller The Missing Credits xv CSS: The Missing Manual, eMatter Edition Download at Boykma.Com Copyright © 2009 O’Reilly & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved.
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  18. Windows XP Pro: The Missing Manual, Second Edition by David Pogue, Craig Zacker, and Linda Zacker Windows Vista: The Missing Manual by David Pogue Windows Vista for Starters: The Missing Manual by David Pogue Word 2007: The Missing Manual by Chris Grover Your Body: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald Your Brain: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald The Missing Credits xvii CSS: The Missing Manual, eMatter Edition Download at Boykma.Com Copyright © 2009 O’Reilly & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved.
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