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Developing CSS3 in Practice: From Design to Deployment

  • Jonathan Lane
  • Tom Barker
  • Joseph R. Lewis
  • Meitar Moscovitz

Abstract

In the previous two chapters, we talked a lot about the theory and concepts behind standards-based frontend web development. You learned why and how to create structured, semantically meaningful HTML5 markup. You also learned how Cascading Style Sheets work, how web browsers display HTML content by default, and how to apply your own CSS rules to web pages. It’s finally time to bring all your new-found knowledge to bear on a real project and turn your bland, unstyled web page into a beautiful, professionally implemented CSS design.

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Background Color Media Type Registration Form Anchor Text Style Sheet 
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© Jonathan Lane, Tom Barker, Joseph R. Lewis, and Meitar Moscovitz 2012

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  • Jonathan Lane
  • Tom Barker
  • Joseph R. Lewis
  • Meitar Moscovitz

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