You could think of this as “CSS: The Good Parts” as we look at the cascade, at selectors and rules, at property-driven formatting, and at the most important properties to get started quickly.
When you have large documents, complex needs, or high throughput, you need to do automatic formatting. You have to write styles that will work day after day, without needing changes because a section is too long or a table was too wide.
Upcoming 19th August for 3 days in Rockville, MD, USA; US$2,000 per person (includes coffee but not meals or accommodation; there are hotels fairly near the facility).
Contact liam at fromoldbooks dot org to register.
The course will be held at the Mulberry echnologies Office in Rockville, MD. (the course is not being run by them, so please do not contact Mulberry Technologies about it; they run excellent courses of their own, and we will be using one of their facilities.
The Cambria Hotel is about ten minutes’ walk away.
You will probably want to bring a laptop so you can do the exercises; it needs to have a fairly recent Web browser, ideally either Chrome or Firefox.