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Speaking in Styles: Fundamentals of CSS by Jason Cranford Teague

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Chapter 12. The Last Word

The Last Word

That’s about it. If you’ve read this book front to back, you should now understand the fundamentals of CSS—how to speak it and how to understand it. Like any language, there is always more to learn—nuances that turns humdrum prose into compelling poetry.

In this last chapter, I want to offer a few parting words about the state of CSS and to review some of the best practices I’ve stressed throughout the book.

CSS Validation

I’ve mentioned throughout this book that CSS is a standard created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and that the browser manufacturers then interpret this standard—with varying degrees of success—to ...

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