The Ultimate CSS Reference / Edition 1

The Ultimate CSS Reference / Edition 1

by Tommy Olssen, Paul O'Brien
     
 

ISBN-10: 0980285852

ISBN-13: 9780980285857

Pub. Date: 02/01/2008

Publisher: SitePoint Pty, Limited

A complete and thorough and up-to-date reference guide for CSS.

Stop wasting time doing Internet searches only to find inaccurate, out-of-date, or incomplete information. CSS: The Ultimate Reference includes all the ins-and-outs you need to know including compatability information for all major browsers, lists of useful hacks, known bugs in CSS, and

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A complete and thorough and up-to-date reference guide for CSS.

Stop wasting time doing Internet searches only to find inaccurate, out-of-date, or incomplete information. CSS: The Ultimate Reference includes all the ins-and-outs you need to know including compatability information for all major browsers, lists of useful hacks, known bugs in CSS, and much more - all presented in a beautiful, full color layout that will have you coming back over and over again.

Coverage includes:

  • CSS 2.1 syntax and specifications, including features from current CSS 3 working drafts that are implemented in one or more major browsers (IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera), and useful browser-specific features
  • A clear and concise guide to the CSS cascade, including compatability information, known bugs and useful CSS hacks
  • A media type guide, with coverage of which media types apply in which user agents under what conditions.
  • A quick-reference guide to currently supported at-rules (@import, @media, etc.).
  • An alphabetical property reference
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    Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9780980285857
    Publisher:
    SitePoint Pty, Limited
    Publication date:
    02/01/2008
    Edition description:
    New Edition
    Pages:
    440
    Product dimensions:
    7.08(w) x 9.22(h) x 1.08(d)

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    Table of Contents

    preface;
    About the Expert Reviewers;
    About the Technical Editor;
    About the Technical Director;
    About SitePoint;
    The Online Reference;
    Your Feedback;
    Reprint Permissions;
    Chapter 1: What Is CSS?;
    1.1 CSS Versions;
    1.2 Linking CSS to a Web Document;
    1.3 Media Queries;
    1.4 Standards Mode, Quirks Mode, and Doctype Sniffing;
    1.5 Summary;
    Chapter 2: General Syntax and Nomenclature;
    2.1 ;
    2.2 Statements;
    2.3 At-rules;
    2.4 Rule Sets;
    2.5 Selectors;
    2.6 Declaration Blocks;
    2.7 Declarations, Properties, and Values;
    2.8 CSS Comments;
    2.9 CSS Identifiers;
    2.10 CSS Escape Notation;
    2.11 CSS Syntax Errors;
    2.12 Summary;
    Chapter 3: At-rules Reference;
    3.1 @charset;
    3.2 @import;
    3.3 @media;
    3.4 @page;
    3.5 @font-face;
    3.6 @namespace;
    Chapter 4: Selector Reference;
    4.1 Universal Selector;
    4.2 Element Type Selector;
    4.3 Class Selector;
    4.4 ID Selector;
    4.5 Attribute Selector;
    4.6 Selector Grouping;
    4.7 Combinators;
    4.8 Pseudo-classes;
    4.9 Pseudo-elements;
    Chapter 5: The Cascade, Specificity, and Inheritance;
    5.1 The Cascade;
    5.2 !important Declarations;
    5.3 Specificity;
    5.4 Summary;
    Chapter 6: CSS Layout and Formatting;
    6.1 The Viewport, the Page Box, and the Canvas;
    6.2 The CSS Box Model;
    6.3 Formatting Concepts;
    6.4 Positioning;
    6.5 Summary;
    Chapter 7: Box Properties;
    7.1 Dimensions;
    7.2 Margins;
    7.3 Padding;
    7.4 Borders and Outlines;
    Chapter 8: Layout Properties;
    8.1 display;
    8.2 position;
    8.3 float;
    8.4 clear;
    8.5 visibility;
    8.6 top;
    8.7 right;
    8.8 bottom;
    8.9 left;
    8.10 z-index;
    8.11 overflow;
    8.12 clip;
    Chapter 9: List Properties;
    9.1 list-style-type;
    9.2 list-style-position;
    9.3 list-style-image;
    9.4 list-style;
    Chapter 10: Table Properties;
    10.1 table-layout;
    10.2 border-collapse;
    10.3 border-spacing;
    10.4 empty-cells;
    10.5 caption-side;
    Chapter 11: Color and Backgrounds;
    11.1 background-color;
    11.2 background-image;
    11.3 background-repeat;
    11.4 background-position;
    11.5 background-attachment;
    11.6 background;
    11.7 color;
    Chapter 12: Typographical Properties;
    12.1 font-family;
    12.2 font-size;
    12.3 font-weight;
    12.4 font-style;
    12.5 font-variant;
    12.6 font;
    12.7 letter-spacing;
    12.8 word-spacing;
    12.9 line-height;
    12.10 text-align;
    12.11 text-decoration;
    12.12 text-indent;
    12.13 text-transform;
    12.14 text-shadow;
    12.15 vertical-align;
    12.16 white-space;
    12.17 direction;
    12.18 unicode-bidi;
    Chapter 13: Generated Content;
    13.1 content;
    13.2 counter-increment;
    13.3 counter-reset;
    13.4 quotes;
    Chapter 14: User Interface Properties;
    14.1 cursor;
    Chapter 15: Paged Media Properties;
    15.1 page-break-before;
    15.2 page-break-inside;
    15.3 page-break-after;
    15.4 orphans;
    15.5 widows;
    Chapter 16: Vendor-specific Properties;
    16.1 Mozilla Extensions;
    16.2 Internet Explorer Extensions;
    16.3 Summary;
    Chapter 17: Workarounds, Filters, and Hacks;
    17.1 ;
    17.2 Internet Explorer Conditional Comments;
    17.3 Workarounds and Filters;
    17.4 CSS Hacks;
    17.5 Summary;
    Chapter 18: Differences Between HTML and XHTML;
    18.1 MIME Types;
    18.2 Case Sensitivity;
    18.3 Optional Tags;
    18.4 Root Element Properties;
    Alphabetic Property Index;

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