I already have and love Eric Meyer’s Cascading Style Sheets. But this one has the advantages of being somewhat easier to read, newer, bigger (8 x 10) and with color examples. It’s definitely not as thorough as Meyer’s book, which can’t be beat for covering every last detail, as O’Reilly books always do.
But The Art & Science of CSS feels fresh, as does the Sitepoint website. If nothing else, it gives me a break from the look and feel of the O’Reilly and Peachpit (Real World and Visual QuickStart Guides) books, which I’ve been reading for the last 10 years. And thanks to one of the author’s links, I learned my Blogger code:
I’ll assign myself the book report on this one and come back here with anything truly shareworthy.