Beginning CSS: Cascading Style Sheets for Web Design

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John Wiley & Sons, 2005 - 630 Seiten
  • This book is the perfect introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), the Web markup standard that allows Web designers and developers to easily make a style change to one CSS template and then change formatting across hundreds-or thousands-of pages
  • Covers the current CSS standard versions (CSS 1 and CSS 2) with notes and comments where appropriate on the CSS 3 standard in development
  • Includes quick reference on CSS at the end of the book as well as integrated reference coverage throughout
  • Teaches by using an example-oriented approach and includes exercises at the end of each chapter, with sample solutions provided in the appendix
 

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Inhalt

CSS Buoyancy Collapsing Margins
4
Introducing Cascading Style Sheets
9
Document Standards
17
The Basics of CSS Anatomy and Syntax
43
Data Types Keywords Color Length and the URI
57
CSS Selectors
77
PseudoElement and PseudoClass Selectors
107
Inheritance and the Cascade
135
Summary
341
Backgrounds Setting the Scene
357
Positioning
383
Styling for Handheld Devices and Print
413
Styling Tables
429
Styling XML
461
CrossBrowser Compatibility
491
Exercise Answers
521

Text Manipulation
163
Font Manipulation
203
Liquid Design and the CSS Box Model
237
Floating and Vertical Alignment
309
The clear Property
329
CSS Reference
565
CSS Colors
591
Browser Rendering Modes
603
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Über den Autor (2005)

Richard York is a freelance web designer and a participant in the open source community. After attending website and graphic design courses at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis in Indianapolis, Indiana, Richard continued a course of self-study which involved mastering design of web sites using web technologies like CSS, XHTML, and PHP.
When not writing for Wrox or building a website, Richard works on open source webmail applications written for PHP PEAR, an open source repository of PHP applications. Richard also enjoys writing poetry, playing music, and painting. He maintains a website at www.smilingsouls.net that exhibits his personal and professional interests.

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