I've been spending some time in the recent past revisiting my knowledge of (X)HTML/CSS, and one of the big things I've discovered is that I have more I need to unlearn than to learn. I learned everything I know about building websites on the internet, by experimenting, searching w3c schools for syntax rules and tags, and learning by looking at other people's source code. This is the first time I've actually bought and gone through a book on this stuff, and I am so glad I did - wish I has done so earlier! If you're just starting out, or like me feel like you need to learn the right way, or just want a nice (X)HTML/CSS book for your collection, I have just the book for you, it's HTML and CSS Web Standards Solutions - A Web Standardistas' Approach by Christopher Murphy and Niklas Person. This post is a review of the book.