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.
As CSS's feature set and abilities have grown, so has its depth. This book contains a selection fo articles that look at essential CSS tools and skills for front-end developers today. It contains:
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Tiffany B Brown (Author)
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 t...
Ahmed Bouchefra (Author)
Diogo works as Java Developer at Fulcrum Worldwide and has worked for companies such as Indra Company, Atlantic Institute and Ebix LA. He is also an Android trainer, speaker at events on Java and mobile world and a DevMedia consultant.
Craig Buckler (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 f...