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greccu
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I am familiar with HTML and ASP.NET, however I would like to master CSS. Anybody knows a good PRACTICAL book that they could refer me to that would help me grasp the concept of CSS. Thank you.

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http://reference.sitepoint.co

http://reference.sitepoint.com/css

If you really want to have it as a book: http://www.sitepoint.com/books/

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Most of the regulars will

Most of the regulars will tell you that you don't need a book and you can get everything you need from the net.

I think books are invaluable as if I came here with every question, I would spend all of my time writing to the forum instead of on the can reading about CSS.

I started with

Beginning CSS Web Development from novice to professional
Simon Collison

then

CSS Mastery Advanced Web Standards Solutions
Andy Bud

then

Bulletproof Web Design
forget his name

I love reading, and enjoy CSS so I don't mind spending the money on a good book. Of all of these, if you are a beginner, start with the first one. It holds you hand at first and gives you several examples and different ways to achieve things.

Good Luck