The Book of CSS3 can help you leverage the wonderful knowledge you have of CSS2.1 in order to make learning CSS3 easier. I won’t explain the fundamentals of CSS except for the occasional reminder, as I assume you know them already. I won’t talk you through step-by-step demonstrations of using CSS to create a listed navigation or a graphic gallery, because I assume you can apply the examples in this book to anything you wish to build in your own.
I’ll introduce you as to you can do with CSS3 now and show you what you’ll be able to do with it in the future. At the same time frame, I’ll take the dense technical language of the CSS3 specification and translate it into language that’s plain and practical.
Scope Of CSS3 2nd Edition Book
CSS can be utilized across many types of media; in fact, almost any device that may display HTML or XML may also display CSS rules, though sometimes in a limited form. CSS3 has modules devoted exclusively to paged media, such as for instance PDF or printed materials, and it supports Braille, handheld mobile devices that’s, cell phones as opposed to smart phones, teletypes, and televisions. The number and breadth of possibilities is so vast that I can’t possibly cover them all.
This book is targeted on CSS for the computer screen. Every one of the demonstrations are written for and tested in the most typical desktop browsers, and are optimized for users of desktop and laptop computers. The vast majority of the brand new CSS features covered in this book should work whether you’re developing for smart phones, tablets, or other devices but I can’t guarantee that everything will display just as shown in the examples you will find here