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Posted January 8, 2012
HTML 5 and CSS3 in today¿s world.
Both HTML5 and CSS3 hold great potential for the future. The problem is today’s various browsers implement HTM5 and CSS3 in different ways. Thus implementing HTML5 and CSS3 today will result in uniquely different interpretations in present day browsers.
The main advantage this book has over others is the author shows the reader not only the standards, which browsers implement which standarads, but also how each feature has a work around and how to do it. The sections “Falling Back” describe how to implement the features of HTML5 and CSS3 on browsers that do not yet support the feature.
This book focus more on how to realistically use HTML5 and CSS3 standards today and how to implement workarounds for the browsers that don’t implement a certain standard, maintaining the user’s experience between present browsers. This book may have a short shelf life as present browsers implement the various HTML5 and CSS3 standards, but for today this is an excellent book for working on today’s web.
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Posted November 7, 2011
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