Handcrafted CSS: More Bulletproof Web Design
There’s a real connection between craftsmanship and Web design. That’s the theme running through Handcrafted CSS: More Bulletproof Web Design, by bestselling author Dan Cederholm, with a chapter contributed by renowned Web designer and developer Ethan Marcotte. This book explores CSS3 that works in today’s browsers, and you’ll be convinced that now’s the time to start experimenting with it.
Whether you’re a Web designer, project manager, or a graphic designer wanting to learn more about the fluidity that’s required when designing for the Web, you’ll discover the tools to create the most flexible, reliable, and bulletproof Web designs. And you’ll finally be able to persuade your clients to adopt innovative and effective techniques that make everyone’s life easier while improving the end user’s experience. This book’s seven chapters deconstruct various aspects of a case-study Web site for the Tugboat Coffee Company, focusing on aspects that make it bulletproof and demonstrate progressive enrichment techniques over more traditional labor-intensive methods.
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Speaking in Styles: Fundamentals of CSS for Web Designers
Jason Cranford Teague
Limited preview - 2009
CHAPTER 1 Always Ask What Happens If?
CHAPTER 2 Rounded Corners with borderradius
CHAPTER 3 Flexible Color with RGBA
CHAPTER 4 Do Websites Need to Look Exactly the Same in Every Browser?
CHAPTER 5 Modular Float Management