This book makes it sense of the minefield that is working with CSS.

As a reference to quickly find a solution on how to do something specific, this book does a pretty good job. It is laid out well, and the “recipes”, as a solution is called, are categorised nicely into convenient chapters for easy searching.

The real benefit of this book is that it highlights the difference between all the major browsers, so that cross-browser support moves out of the realm of fantasy, and into the realm of the possible.

I think this book is a must-have for every web developer.