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> It's been a while since I've bought any HTML/Web design books, so I'm not
> up on the current popular choices. Anybody have any recommendations for a
> good book for learning CSS (cascading style sheets) targeted at an
> HTML-literate designer?
In Dreamweaver, if you open the Reference window and select O'REILLY CSS
Reference from the dropdown, you can find out about anything you might want to
know. This suggests to me that if your needs extend beyond that, you might check
out the O'Reilly book itself.
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