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Stunning CSS3: A Project-Based Guide to the Latest in CSS

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CSS3 adds powerful new functionality to the web's visual style language to help you create beautiful and engaging designs more easily than ever. With CSS3, you can create eye-catching visual effects such as semitransparent backgrounds, gradients, and drop shadows without using images; display text in beautiful, unique, non-web-safe fonts; create animations without Flash; a ...more
Paperback, 301 pages
Published December 19th 2010 by New Riders Publishing (first published December 9th 2010)
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Megan Carpenter
Jul 17, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Excellent guide to what you can do with CSS3. The exercises are easy to follow, and the writing is casual. Zoe's in-depth breakdown of CSS3 gives you plenty of ideas of what you can do with it in your own work. It's clear that Zoe wants you to understand what she's saying and be able to do it. I highly recommend this book to all web designers/developers that are interested in using CSS3 in their projects.
Zoe
Feb 09, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I wrote this book, so I think it's pretty good. ;-)
Chad Warner
Nov 06, 2012 rated it it was ok
An informative but uninspiring guide to CSS3. It shows how to progressively enhance using several CSS3 techniques, but the examples are uncompelling. Also, I found the writing dry; I've been spoiled by the character and humor present in some other web design books like Introducing HTML5 (my review) and Designing with Web Standards (my review). As a technical book, it's a decent guide, with many references to further reading. It contains workarounds for non-supporting browsers, especially IE8 and ...more
Michael Sturgeon
May 25, 2015 rated it really liked it
I would not expect this book (as thin as it is) to be very thorough. However, to my great surprise, it was just that. Very thorough; for some probably too much on too few pages. As a teacher of web design, it has been a great book to refer my students to and to reference in my teaching.
If you are a beginner or experienced, it is a valuable book.
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