The book is written for a broad audience: designers, would-be designers, programmers, developers, and even small office staff or individuals who want their Web pages to come alive. In other words, the book is valuable to everyone who wants to design more effective Web pages and do the work more efficiently. The book shows how to exploit validators to ferret out errors in your code, and how to solve design problems using utilities, features, hidden shortcuts, and other CSS techniques. The book is also for would-be designers who want to get involved in creating, customizing, or improving Web page design, but just don’t know how to get started. Whether you want to sell cars, create a good-looking blog, or are interested in creating a great visual impression, you’ll find what you need in this book. The book is filled with useful advice about design (what looks good, what looks bad, and what looks just plain boring).