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"CSS Best Practices" with Jim Royal

The CSS Revolution Has Arrived

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) have become the best way to design web pages quickly and affordably.

Join presenter Jim Royal as he shows you how to use CSS to build better web sites for better manageability. He'll show you practical ways to use CSS to save time and money.


This full-day, hands-on workshop provides everything you need to get fluent with CSS typography and CSS-based page layout.

A personal copy of the O'Reilly book "CSS Pocket Reference, Second Edition" and all exercise material on CD-ROM included.

The presentation is offered in English.

Basic understanding of HTML is required for this workshop.

Who Should Attend?

Web page editing is quickly becoming a must-have skill for people in companies of any size. Marketing people, technical writers, administrative staff, and secretaries are all being called upon to work on corporate web sites and intranets.

"CSS Best Practices" is for anyone who needs to work with HTML at least on an occasional basis. Experience with any particular web page editor is not required.

If you want to build great web sites that are easy to maintain and save money over the long run, this is the workshop for you!


Special discount for members of the Society for Technical Communication.

  Regular Price STC Members
Early registration
By April 7, 2006
$225 $200
Late registration
After April 7, 2006
$255 $230

Date and Location

Date: Saturday, April 29, 2006
9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Location: McGill University Leacock Computer Labs
Stephen Leacock Building
Main Lab (L111)
855 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Quebec

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Who is Jim Royal?

Jim Royal is a web designer, technical writer, graphics guru, and Macintosh aficionado. He brings twelve years of experience to bear on the challenges of high-tech communications.

Jim is also a past president of the Montreal chapter of the Society for Technical Communication.

For more information, visit Jim's personal web site.