CSS3: The Missing Manual by David Sawyer McFarland

By David Sawyer McFarland

CSS3 allows you to create professional-looking web pages, yet studying its finer issues should be tricky—even for professional internet builders. This lacking guide exhibits you ways to take your HTML and CSS talents to the subsequent point, with necessary suggestions, methods, and step by step directions. You’ll quick the way to construct web content that glance nice and run speedy on units and displays of all sizes.

The vital belongings you have to know:

  • Start with the basics. Write CSS3-friendly HTML, together with the HTML5 tags well-known via today’s browsers.
  • Apply real-world design. structure textual content, create navigation instruments, and increase pages with photographs.
  • Make your pages lively. Create crowd pleasing animations and provides your viewers appealing tables and varieties.
  • Take keep watch over of web page layouts. Use expert layout options similar to floats and positioning.
  • Look nice on any device. Craft web pages that adapt to computer, pill, and cellular browsers.
  • Get complex techniques. Use CSS3 extra successfully and successfully, and confirm that your web content glance reliable while published.

Show description

Read or Download CSS3: The Missing Manual PDF

Similar web-design books

Joomla Visual QuickStart Guide

Development at the first variation of Joomla! : visible QuickStart consultant, this task-based consultant is the best instrument for these simply beginning with Joomla, in addition to, professional pros who need to know how one can use the newest model of the software program to its fullest. It indicates tips on how to create, customise, and preserve a dynamic Joomla 1.

Introducing HTML5 (2nd Edition)

HTML5 maintains to conform, browsers are implementating at break-neck pace and HTML5 sites spring up like plant life after rain. greater than ever, you want to get familiar with the strong new probabilities in internet and alertness layout. That’s why we’ve crafted a moment variation of this booklet that will help you remain on best of present advancements.

Flash and XML : a developer's guide

Flash fundamentals -- FlashActionScript: gadgets and occasions -- extra ActionScript: Data-Driven Interfaces -- XML basics -- XML constitution -- XML Validation: DTD -- HTTP Connection -- XML Connection -- Recursive strategy -- XML Server -- Database basics -- SQL Syntax -- Serving from SQL -- XML add -- Two-Way XML -- Cookies -- 3 levels -- Flash to the realm -- XML Sockets -- Multiplexed XML Sockets -- Microsoft Compatibility -- Scalable Vector pics (SVG)

Extra resources for CSS3: The Missing Manual

Sample text

Note There are literally hundreds of tools that can help you create web pages, so the following isn’t a complete list. Think of it as a greatest-hits tour of the most popular programs that CSS fans are using today. Free Programs There are plenty of free programs out there for editing web pages and style sheets. If you’re still using Notepad or TextEdit, give one of these a try. org). This free, Java-based text editor works on almost any computer and includes many features that you’d find in commercial text editors, like syntax highlighting for CSS.

Among the most popular are the

tag for paragraphs of text and the

    tag for creating bulleted (non-numbered) lists. Lesser-known tags can indicate very specific types of content, like for abbreviations and for computer code. When writing HTML for CSS, use a tag that comes close to matching the role the content plays in the page, not the way it looks (see Figure 1-2). For example, a bunch of links in a navigation bar isn’t really a headline, and it isn’t a regular paragraph of text.

    Document Types All web pages begin with a doctype—a line of code that identifies what flavor of HTML you used to write the page. 0—and each of those doctypes has two styles: strict and transitional. 01 Transitional//EN" "http://www. org/learn/reference/templates. doctype html>That’s HTML5’s new—and simpler—doctype. HTML5 is intended to be easier to use and more streamlined than its predecessors. This book uses the HTML5 doctype, which is supported by every popular browser (even the old Internet Explorer 6).

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.87 of 5 – based on 41 votes