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CSS is a language for describing the presentation of elements in a document marked up in HTML. It enables you to rapidly create Web designs that can be shared by multiple pages, accelerates development time, and is the essential tool for building standards-compliant sites. This low-priced pocket guide works as a concise introduction to CSS3 and serves as a handy reference.CSS is a language for describing the presentation of elements in a document marked up in HTML. It enables you to rapidly create Web designs that can be shared by multiple pages, accelerates development time, and is the essential tool for building standards-compliant sites. This low-priced pocket guide works as a concise introduction to CSS3 and serves as a handy reference. In it readers will learn: - The core concepts of CSS - How to format text with CSS - How to apply CSS style rules to markup - How to build multicolumn layouts without using tables - And much more This pocket guide along with the HTML Pocket Guide and the JavaScript Pocket Guide make creating standard-compliant websites a breeze. Learn core concepts or skip to the parts you need to solve an immediate problem. They're exactly the resource that every Web designer needs....

Title : The CSS Pocket Guide
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ISBN : 9780321732279
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 265 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The CSS Pocket Guide Reviews

  • Mohammad Elsheimy
    2018-12-04 16:13

    The book is nice and it's also small, however, the first and second chapters talk very much about topics (like how W3C handles CSS revisions, rendering modes, etc) that seem nothing for most readers looking for a CSS language reference and not for a W3C standards ref. If you skip the first two chapters, or at least to ignore most of the non-relevant information there, you can get through the book easily.For the non-relevant chapters and because they're at the beginning of the book (that made me very depressed) I give the book 3/5.

  • Jenn
    2018-11-17 08:53

    very handy book, a little hard to read straight thru, I think this one works better as a reference.I find I keep going back to this book and can find what I am looking for quickly. I like it better thant the CSS missing manual. However, the online W3school is a great resource as well and comes with the added bonus of having interactive tutorials.