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JavaScript: Visual QuickStart Guide, Eighth Edition by Dori Smith, Tom Negrino

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C. Cascading Style Sheets Reference

This appendix lists the CSS 2.1 properties as defined by the W3C at www.w3.org/TR/CSS2.

The CSS 2.0 specification was standardized all the way back in May 1998, but as of this writing, some properties aren’t implemented in any browser. The next version, CSS 2.1, was at the Proposed Recommendation stage at the time this was written. The goal of the CSS 2.1 specification is to clarify CSS2 so that it is closer to what browser makers have actually implemented. This list is complete except for the aural properties (those used for speech synthesis for the visually disabled), which are not (at this time) modifiable by JavaScript.

Because this is a book about JavaScript, we’ve only touched on a few of the cool things ...

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