Advise the book html for professionals

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I know almost all the tags in memory and can mark up any design for any browser. But I feel that using a very crooked decision, the writing of which takes time. Can you recommend any good book or resource where you can learn professional layout.
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Eric A. Meyer "CSS-cascading style sheets. A detailed guide"
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Books books, but nothing can be better than practice only after passing of the Ada adjustment (better word not found) cross-browser layout you can become a professional. As a reference material can try www.w3schools.com/.
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try to read www.htmlbook.ru/
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If for professionals it is necessary to go to the source — specifications HTML
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1) blogs
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2) you need not read HTML, and the layout in General, including CSS
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for example:
Dan Söderholm (guy in the hat) — CSS handmade
Handcrafted CSS: More Bulletproof Web Design
Series: Library specialist Publisher: Piter, 2011.
ISBN 978-5-49807-749-9, 978-0321643380
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but it is better to learn the language and to read in the original, for example:
CSS Mastery: Advanced Web Standards Solutions [Paperback]
Simon Collison, Andy Budd, Cameron Moll
Publisher: friendsofED; 2 edition (October 29, 2009)
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although the translation is also there
Andy Budd, Cameron Moll, Simon Collison
CSS. Professional application of Web standards
Publisher: vil'yams, 2009
ISBN 978-5-8459-1199-5, 1-59059-614-5
ISBN-10: 1430223979
ISBN-13: 978-1430223979
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