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In CSS3 First Look, staff author James Williamson provides an in-depth introduction to the newest CSS standard, detailing its modular format, history, and current level of browser support, while also demonstrating its capabilities and applications. The course includes tutorials on using new selectors, modifying typography and color, working with the box model, and understanding media queries. Exercise files accompany the course.
Thanks for watching CSS3 First Look. Keep in mind that this course is designed to introduce you to CSS3 and how it will change how we style our content in the future. As we've discussed, the specifications and implementations are still undergoing a lot of change as the standards evolve. This rapid pace means that the syntax and techniques shown in this course might not be current by the time you view it. Before trying out any of the techniques that we cover in this title, be sure to check out the corresponding CSS module and its current state of device support.
Now, that's it for me. I hope you're excited about what CSS3 means for the future of controlling the presentation of your sites. The good news is that many of the features in CSS3 are ready now and I for one I'm looking forward to adding these capabilities to my own sites. For information on HTML, CSS, and what the new standards mean to web and mobile development, be sure to check out the rest of the web design and development-based titles in the lynda.com Online Training Library. Thanks for watching. I'll see you next time.
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