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The CSS3 Anthology

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The CSS3 Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks & Hacks is a compilation of best-practice solutions to the most challenging CSS problems. The fourth edition of this best-selling full-color book has been completely revised and updated to cover newer techniques enabled by CSS3 and HTML5, and more recent trends in web design, such as responsive design.

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Paperback, 400 pages
Published March 22nd 2012 by SitePoint (first published March 13th 2012)
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Tom Olson
I found this book to be one of the better CSS books I've had the privilege to pick up in recent history. I appreciated the examples given, as they addressed the common problems I have heard for people just starting CSS, like "How do I make a CSS menu", "How do I stylize a calendar", or "How can I center a div of content". I also liked how some more nuanced topics (like CSS opacity or spriting) came up as topics in this book - I don't see many books address these topics as directly or as clearly ...more
Marshall Upshur
Jun 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
Good introduction to CSS3 methodology, with many many examples, but if you are seasoned you may get a bit frustrated with all the examples given, since some are very basic to explain the basic topics (like what happens when you float an element). In either case, great read to get someone started, or to use as a reference.
Muhammad
Feb 04, 2013 rated it really liked it
This book is great for updating your skills and also great for back-end developers who want to learn how to do certain things using CSS the hassle free way.
Moshiur Rahman
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One of the best CSS3 books, I have ever touched and loved reading. Speaks in an accessible manner and gets to the point.
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Incredibly helpful reading straight through, and also a great reference as needed.
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