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The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web

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The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web
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Publisher: webtypography.net
ISBN/ASIN: 0881792055

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In this book, the reader is taken through the principles outlined in Robert Bringhurst's 'The Elements of Typographic Style' as they apply to visual design on the web. The book goes as far as implementation, complete with the code - in HTML and CSS - demonstrating these principles in a web design context.

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