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The Book of CSS3, 2nd Edition by Peter Gasston

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19

THE FUTURE OF CSS

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In this final chapter, we’ll look at some more experimental CSS3 features. As you’ll see, these features range from ones that greatly extend your ability to lay out pages (to rival those of printed magazines) to ones that bring you powerful methods and functions found in other programming languages.

I must state up front that these features have limited implementation and, as I write this, are defined in modules that have yet to complete the W3C recommendation cycle; these two facts mean that the future of the features in this chapter is uncertain. Because these features are in such a state of flux, I’ll discuss each briefly, ...

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