Picture CSS3

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Taylor & Francis, May 2, 2013 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 45 pages
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See how you can use Cascading Style Sheets 3, or CSS3, to quickly and easily increase your control over visual Web page design.  

    * Gain strong control over your color selection in CSS by using RGB syntax
    * Embed Web fonts using EOT, WOFF, SVG FONTS, and TTF Web fonts
    * Create gradients
    * Control alpha level and transparency
    * Skew CSS objects such as text with the Transform syntax
    * Apply animation using CSS

    Picture CSS3 is the second of five articles on the new Web standard, HTML5. These five full-color articles feature ample visuals to illustrate what your Web sites can do with the help of HTML5. The articles are also combined in the book , HTML5, which will add exclusive material in the form of a related real-life project to go alongside each article. This article is equivalent to 44 print pages.

     

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    Contents

    CSS as a Designers Tools
    1
    Cascading Your Designs
    3
    The Format of CSS
    7
    Designing Your Web Page with CSS
    15
    Working with Columns in CSS3
    24
    Using CSS3 to Control Visual Display
    26
    Dazzling Your Audience with CSS3 Animation
    35
    Delivering Solutions for the Mobile Market
    39
    What You Have Learned
    40
    Copyright

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    About the author (2013)

    Matthew David is a specialist developing rich Web solutions using technologies like Flash and the latest Web design techniques. In addition, he works in online sales, marketing, and search engine optimization, with the aim of driving business to customer sites. Matthew partners with many companies as a business strategist, works closely with the World Wide Web Consortium Group (W3C), and is on Adobe's Advisory team.

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