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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.
Hi! I am James Williamson, Adobe Certified Instructor and lynda.com senior author. I want to welcome you to CSS3 First Look. In this course we are going take an in- depth look into CSS3, the next evolution in cascading style sheets. We will gain inside into CSS3 by exploring the history of CSS as well the current state of the various style sheet specifications. From there, we will take a look at the new selectors available to us in CSS3, how working with color has evolved, the new typographic capabilities of CSS3, how it will change the way we control page layout, how we can use it to target multiple platforms such as mobile devices, and how CSS3 introduces the ability to control the behavior of elements on the page as well.
One thing that is important to remember is that CSS3 is still very much in development. The First Look series allows us to explore emerging technologies as they mature. As such, this title will focus on both what you can accomplish right now with CSS3 as well as offering you a glimpse of how CSS3 support may look in the future. I am sure you are ready to get started, so let's go ahead and dive into CSS3 First Look.
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