CSS3 for Web Designers
Publisher: Dan Cederholm | ISBN: N/A | 2010 | PDF | 260 pages | 9.92MB
From advanced selectors to generated content to the triumphant return of web fonts, and from gradients, shadows, and rounded corners to full-blown animations, CSS3 is a universe of creative possibilities. No one can better guide you through these galaxies than world-renowned designer, author, and CSS superstar Dan Cederholm. Learn what works, how it works, and how to work around browsers where it doesn¡¯t work.
CSS3 for Web Designers, is the second installment in A Book Apart¡¯s For Web Designers series of mini books for, web designers.
The book aims to show designers those aspects of CSS3 which can be comfortably used today, along with workarounds for older browsers which don¡¯t support CSS3 (e.g. Internet Explorer 6.0 through 8.0).
Jeffrey Zeldman has the following praise for the book:
You couldn¡¯t ask for a smarter, more design-focused, more detail-obsessed guide to the smoking hot newness and conceptual and browser challenges of CSS3
CSS3 for Web Designers is written by renowned web designer and author Dan Cederholm, who¡¯s previous books include Handcrafted CSS (New Riders), Bulletproof Web Design (New Riders) and Web Standards Solutions (Friends of ED). Like his previous works, CSS3 for Web Designers is extremely well written and easy to follow, regardless of your skill level or familiarity with CSS3
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