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I just finished reading a rather good book on web standards: Designing with Web Standards, by Jeffrey Zeldman. It makes a compelling case for changing to CSS-based web design from the old "tables & junk code" method.

It's a little light on coding examples, however. It also points out that CSS has a few bugs in it, still (or rather, most browsers do). All in all, a good read.

Publisher: Peachpit Press
ISBN-10: 0321385551

Related links:

CSS Zen Garden

CSS Zen Garden is the beautiful web site that shows the power of CSS in web design. By clicking on links, you can replace the style sheets & change the entire looks of the (one-page) site. Many people know about it, but for those who don't, here is the link:

Web Tips

The following tips are provided "as is". These are things I've discovered or heard about over the years. Some of them may be questionable or matters of opinion. Things to think about, anyway.