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The Art & Science Of CSS

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The Art & Science Of CSS

What you'll learn

  • Format calendars, menus and table of contents using CSS
  • Create horizontal, vertical and tab-based navigation systems using CSS
  • Use CSS to render blockquotes, dates and lists in a visually appealing manner
  • Beginner
  • PDF

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The who’s who of the Web share their CSS design secrets!

Beautifully presented in full color, this book will teach you how to apply innovative CSS-based techniques to create visually stunning headings, forms, menus, navigation, backgrounds, and much more…

Using The Art & Science Of CSS, you’ll see just how easy it is to unleash your creative talents and design inspirational web sites with CSS. All designs in this book are visually appealing and inspiring. The CSS code used to create each of the components is included and guaranteed to be simple, efficient and cross-browser compatible.

NOTE: As this is a classic SitePoint resource, it is only available to download in PDF format only.

★★★☆☆
It's out of date. There is no mention of border-radius but a whole chapter on how to map images to rectangle shapes.... a digital book should be updated and considered an updatable object. Otherwise, the content is well laid out.

Cameron Adams

Cameron has been creating his unique mix of design & technology on the Web for over 13 years. His reputation for creating cutting edge experiences has been built by exploring the frontiers of HTML, CSS & JavaScript for organisations like Google, TED and Volkswagen. He's toured the world as a speaker & author and can now be found doing product design at Canva -- a startup he helped found in Sydney that is revolutionising online design.

Jina Bolton

Jina is a visual interaction designer in Silicon Valley living in San Francisco. She is a co-author of SitePoints "The Art & Science Of CSS" and holds a BFA in Computer Arts and Graphic Design from Memphis College of Art.

Jonathan Snook

Jonathan has been involved with the Web since ’95, and is lucky to be able to call his hobby a career. He worked in web agencies for over ten years and has worked with high-profile clients in government, the private sector, and non-profit organizations. Jonathan Snook currently runs his own web development business from Ottawa, Canada, and continues to write about what he loves on his blog, http://snook.ca/.


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