Synopses & Reviews
Improve Web Design and Delivery with this Useful Programming Language!
Make your Web design and development more potent by using Cascading Style Sheets to define and deliver your pages. Attach CSS to structured documents to influence presentation without adding new HTML tags or sacrificing device independence. Build cohesive pages from multiple sources using CSS ordering to help eliminate conflicts. Structure and offer consistent content using STYLE attributes of individual element tags, LINK elements, and imported style sheets. Let this Programmer's Reference be a tool for quick and accurate access to CSS 2.0 specifics, and realize the Web's ideal of separating presentation and content.
- Design and deploy CSS effectively with this concise reference
- Utilize the most direct means of presenting Web content as you intend it to be viewed
- Understand the properties and values of CSS, including visual, paged, and aural media styles, plus selectors, pseudo-elements, pseudo-classes, at-rules, and more.
The most authoritative quick reference available for CSS programmers. This handy resource gives you programming essentials at your fingertips, including all the new tags and features in CSS 2.0. You'll get concise information on designing and deploying complex style sheets as well as details on browser support.
Table of Contents
Part I: Reference.
Chapter 1: Basic Concepts.
Chapter 2: Units.
Chapter 3: Selectors, Psuedo-Elements and -Classes, and At-Rules.
Chapter 4: Visual Media Styles.
Chapter 5: Paged Media Styles.
Chapter 6: Aural Media Styles.
Part II: Summaries.
Chapter 7: Browser Support Chart.
Chapter 8: Property Quick Reference.
Chapter 9: Useful Sites.