But all that changed recently.
The second was a catalog page: the main product was at the top, with a series of smaller products below. As the surfer moused over the smaller items, a panel was to appear containing additional specifications for the given product.
I got the first page finished in three and a half hours. It was a work of art. I got the second page done in about the same time, even though it was much more complicated.
The book's website is very complete, so I don't need to go into a lot of detail about the contents here. I will, however, share the major sections with you:
The advantage this book has over all the others is the tremendous job the authors have done in organizing the topics into logical sections, and then breaking those sections down into individual tasks you may need. It makes finding the technique you need a snap.
Then, within each technique, they start off with a description of the challenge or task they're trying to accomplish, followed by a Solution, and finally, a Discussion. This template proved to be extremely efficient in presenting all the information I needed to make effective use of the technique in my own work.
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