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CSS Cookbook

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | CSS Cookbook.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Christopher Schmitt(Author)

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Learn how to solve the real problems you face with CSS. This cookbook offers hundreds of practical examples for using CSS to format your web pages, and includes code samples you can use right away. You'll find exactly what you need, from the basics to complex hacks and workarounds.

Each recipe explains how to customize a solution to meet your needs, and each chapter features a sample design that showcases the topics discussed. You'll learn about the behavior of the latest browsers-including IE 8, Firefox 3, Safari 4, and Google Chrome—and how you can resolve differences in the ways they display your web pages. Arranged in a convenient format for quick reference, this third edition is a valuable companion for anyone working with CSS.

  • Learn the basics, such as the CSS rule structure
  • Work with web typography and page layout
  • Create effects for images and other page elements
  • Learn techniques for configuring lists, forms, and tables
  • Design effective web navigation and create custom links
  • Get creative by combining CSS with JavaScript
  • Learn useful troubleshooting techniques
  • Explore features of HTML5 and CSS3

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
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Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | 732 pages
  • Christopher Schmitt(Author)
  • O'Reilly Media; 3 edition (3 Jan. 2010)
  • English
  • 5
  • Computing & Internet

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  • By Our man in Berkshire on 28 May 2011

    Haven't used it that much as have other css books I use for reference too. When I look up a problem in the book, I find that I would like more answers/solutions. e.g. How to position images vertically using css. The answer given involves using the exact dimensions for each image. So if they're different heights you need to do the maths on every image and know the height of every image. This is probably the only way, I'd just like it to be easier. The obvious answer to me was make all the images the same height to make things quicker.Overall the book seems pretty good though. Very handy for checking rules you can't remember very well. Very handy to have to hand.

  • By A. Watson on 28 September 2013

    The book was, and arrived, in 1st class condition and the overall service was excellent. I am now tired of writing


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