CSS has grown from a language for formatting documents into a robust language for designing web applications. Its syntax is easy to learn, making CSS a great entry point for those new to programming. Indeed, it's often the second language that developers learn, right behind HTML.
- Using CSS Transforms in the Real World by Craig Buckler
- Variable Fonts: What They Are, and How to Use Them by Claudio Ribeiro
- Scroll Snap in CSS: Controlling Scroll Action by Tiffany B. Brown
- Real World Use of CSS with SVG by Craig Buckler
- CSS and PWAs: Some Tips for Building Progressive Web Apps by David Attard
- 20 Tips for Optimizing CSS Performance by Craig Buckler
This book is for developers with some experience of CSS.
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About the Author
Craig is a freelance UK web consultant who built his first page for IE2.0 in 1995. Since that time he's been advocating standards, accessibility, and best-practice HTML5 techniques. He's written more than 1,000 articles for SitePoint and you can find him @craigbuckler
Claudio Ribeiro is a software developer, traveler and writer from Lisbon. When he is not developing some cool feature at Fixeads he is probably backpacking somewhere in the world or messing with some obscure framework.
Tiffany B. Brown is a freelance web developer and technical writer based in Los Angeles. She has worked on the web for more than a decade at a mix of media companies and agencies. Before founding her consultancy, Webinista, Inc., she was part of the Opera Software Developer Relations & Tools team. Now she offers web development and consulting services to agencies and small design teams.
David is an inquisitive web designer who frequently shares his tips and tricks at CollectiveRay . When he's not blogging about web design, something he's been into for the last 12 years, he's usually dreaming about his next big thing.
Ahmed is a web entrepreneur, developer, digital marketer and blogger. He writes about software and website development, money-making tips, SEO and more.