CSS3 Solutions: Essential Techniques for CSS3 Developers Paperback by Marco Casario, Nathalie Wormser, Dan Saltzman.
Chapter 1: CSS Basics
Chapter 2: CSS Selectors
Chapter 3: Fonts, Text, and Color
Chapter 4: CSS Typography
Chapter 5: Tables and Lists
Chapter 6: CSS Box Model
Chapter 7: CSS Positioning and Layouts
Chapter 8: Multidevice Development
Chapter 9: Transitions and Transformations
Chapter 10: Multimedia and Accessibility
Chapter 11: UX Patterns
Chapter 12: Mobile UX Patterns
Introduction by Authors: CSS3 is the latest standard for CSS, the syntax to control the style and layout of web pages. CSS3 is completely backward-compatible, so you will not have to change your existing designs. The CSS3 specification is still under development by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). However, many of the new CSS3 properties have been implemented in modern browsers and are available for you to experiment with today.
The CSS3 specification is made up of several “modules”, such as the following ones:
■ Box Model
■ Backgrounds and Borders
■ Text Effects
■ 2D/3D Transformations
■ Multiple Column Layout
■ User Interface
In this pragmatic book, we have provided a series of solutions to common problems faced by developers approaching the new features in CSS3. You will therefore find a lot of ready-to-use code that you can build on in your own web applications.
Who is this book for?
This book is aimed at designers and developers who want to start using CSS3 right now. CSS3 Solutions is, in fact, intended for readers who want to take their knowledge further with quick-fire solutions to common problems and best practice techniques to improve their CSS3 skills. The book is full of solutions with real-world examples and code to support you as you enter the world of CSS3 development.
What you need
To follow and create the examples shown in this book, you need a simple text editor. TextMate, UltraEdit, and Notepad++ are just some examples of powerful text editors with code support.
Conventions used in this book:
This book uses several of conventions that are worth noting. The following terms are used throughout this
■ CSS refers to the CSS 3 language.
■ Modern browsers are considered to be the latest versions of Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and Opera, along with Internet Explorer 7 and newer (although Internet Explorer 10 is the most “modern” in terms of support for new features).
It is assumed that all the CSS examples in this book are contained in an external style sheet. Occasionally, HTML and CSS have been placed in the same code example for brevity.
Sometimes code won’t fit on a single line in a book. Where this happens, we’ve used an arrow to break the line. With these formalities out of the way, you’re ready to get started.
CSS3 Solutions Essential Techniques for CSS3 Developers.
⏩Authors: Marco Casario, Nathalie Wormser, Dan Saltzman
⏩Puplication Date: April 10, 2013
⏩Size: 9.46 MB
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