Pro CSS Techniques



Pro CSS Techniques Is The Ultimate CSS Book For The Modern Web Developer If You Ve Already Got Web Design And Development Basics Under Your Belt, But Want To Take Your Knowledge To The Next Level And Unleash The Full Power Of CSS In Your Web Sites, Then This Is The Book For You It Is A Collection Of Proven CSS Techniques That You Can Use Daily To Get The Most Out Of The Time You Spend On Your Projects, From Start To FinishEvery Topic Is Presented In An Informative Tutorial Style, With Each Point Backed Up By Several Real World Examples And Case Studies The Authors Cover All The Essential Areas Of CSS Development, Like Browser Support Including IE , Hacks And Filters, Code Management, Advanced Layouts And Styling, Typography, And Much CSS Levels And Are Given A Full Treatment The Book Also Includes Several Reference Sections That Allow You To Look Up Details Quickly And EasilyThe Book Aims To Help You In Four Areas Maintainability, Compatibility, Reusability, And Practicality You Ll Be Able To Keep Your Code Organized And Easy To Maintain, Avoiding Browser Issues Before They Crop Up Or Hacking Around Them When Absolutely Necessary You Ll Learn To Get The Most Out Of Your Styles With Inheritance, And By Using Techniques You Can Build On And You Ll Learn To Use What Works In The Real World, Without Getting Too Caught Up In Ideals, Because You Can Always Optimize LaterPro CSS Techniques

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[Epub] ↠ Pro CSS Techniques Author Jeff Croft – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 376 pages
  • Pro CSS Techniques
  • Jeff Croft
  • English
  • 01 May 2018
  • 159059732X

10 thoughts on “Pro CSS Techniques

  1. says:

    So far, and I m about half way through, this book rawXorz It s not quite as hilarious as Zeldman s Designing with Standards, but it s got some good one liners here n there For those of us buried in the guts of day to day site design and maintenance, where we re still coding for IE6 and below, the things we typically work on can t explore the full power of CSS 2.0, not to mention CSS 3.0, because not all browsers support the standards But someday and that someday s coming soon, so now s t So far, and I m about half way through, this book rawXorz It s not quite as hilarious as Zeldman s Designing with Standards, but it s got some good one liners here n there For those of us buried in the guts of day to day site design and maintenance, where we re still coding for IE6 and below, the things we typically work on can t explore the full power of CSS 2.0, not to mention CSS 3.0, because not all browsers support the standards But someday and that someday s coming soon, so now s the time to start experimenting Did you know With CSS you can set the styles on links, targeting only links to your site s domain Say you want to place a small icon on a link which indicates to a user that she ll be taken to a wikipedia article You can do that with pure CSS That s right you can target a spedific style to a specific URL or any URL associated with a particular domain You can target the title attribute of an URL, styling the font whenever a user mouses over a link.I ll postlater, when I finish the book In the meantime fellow UI UX people geek out if you ve got this book I ve finished the book, and there s not much to add to the above The book is well organized, well written, and occasionally funny insider humor funny at any rate As with all books about code, it ll get outdated pretty quickly, but it s a good overview of the state of the art, for those who are already doing advanced level CSS.I think the tough part about that label pro or advanced is that so many of us who are doing advanced level CSS don t realize it We always figure we have so muchto learn and we often learn by reading the big names in the field the people who seem to be paid sit around all day and develop for standards compliant browsers, or who work for organizations that have the budget to allow the the time to find out why there s a weird bug causing unwanted behavior in Microsoft s Internet Explore browser.Reading this book helps you get a good sense of what others in the field mean by pro and where you fit in that picture for instance, that you know plenty about box model hacks and working with flexible or mixed flexible fixed width designs or that you are solid when it comes to shorts cuts, using the least amount of code as possible, putting your selectors to work for you, and so forth But that, in my case, you are weak on the mad, mad world of complex daisy chaining of selectors or attribute selectors, partial attribute values, and particular attribute selectors.For me, the book has also been invaluable, giving me names to apply to what I already know I am guilty of diving right into something, looking at the source, pulling it out and playing around with it to see how it works or how I can break it Eventually, I ll make it my own, and move on to the next thing For example, I started using sprites in small ways, before I ever knew what they were called I m not one to RTFM before I started mucking around My husband, on the other hand, is one to RTFM In fact, he ll read and read and read RTFM and anything related to it, before he decides he wants to muck around In either case, this book is for you Happy reading and mucking about

  2. says:

    Very good highlight of IE bugs how to fix the issues Very good highlight of IE bugs how to fix the issues

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