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The Book of CSS3, 2nd Edition by Peter Gasston

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INTRODUCTION

Let me tell you a little about who I think you are: You’re a web professional who’s been hand-coding HTML and CSS for a few years; you’re pretty comfortable with creating complex layouts, and you know not only your div from your span but also your bold from your strong; you’ve read a little about CSS3 and may even have started experimenting with some of its more decorative features like rounded corners, but you want to gain a deeper understanding of the fundamentals.

The Book of CSS3 helps you leverage the excellent knowledge you have of CSS2.1 in order to make learning CSS3 easier. I won’t explain the fundamentals of CSS (except for the occasional reminder), as I assume you know them already. I won’t talk you through step-by-step ...

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