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Hmm….that is a tricky one!
I too started out with Mr Lloyd’s book, albeit in book form. It was the only book on HTML that I have read, technically everything you really need is there. From then on I have learned through reading forums, online tutorials and just basic trial and error. So I’d miss out on buying another book and just try and get stuck into it! :D
Have you tried looking on Amazon for the book version and any sequels?
I don´t think I need a book-version. Or is there anything coming along with the book?
I have looked around at reviews, I just find it hard to look for the right things in the reviews I looked at and knowing that is this book the one I´m looking for. I do indeed is a novice when it comes to css. So any help would be good!
Otherwise another good way to learn is to download free templates and experiment with them. Each designer has their own particular way of styling and writing code, and taking the template apart helps understand it better.