CSS3 Foundations is a hands-on approach to guide readers through the process of using CSS3 features and techniques to take a basic website template and turn it into a real-world, modern and future proof website.
From learning how to add CSS to a page, to using advanced techniques such as Responsive Web Design, each example is clear and well structured, lending to the overall main project that the book builds upon throughout.
CSS3 Foundations tackles many of the difficulties faced when building a website; fixing inconsistencies in older browsers, safely using CSS3 features still in development, and optimizing a websites layout for the device it is being viewed upon.
If you’re a web developer, web designer, hobbyist, or career-changer, every book in the Treehouse series should be on your bookshelf.
This has got to be the master course on CSS. Can be used by the novice and by the professional. Laid out so that you understand what you are doing and gets all the nuts and bolts in the right places with the right tension. A labor of love of the author.
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