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Well that's it for this title. I want to thank you so much for watching CSS Core Concepts and I hope you had fun exploring the fundamental concepts and syntax of CSS. If you want to dig a little deeper into the syntax, be sure to visit the W3C's CSS Current Work page. Here you will learn about the current status of the various CSS modules and will find links to the specifications themselves. Read through the specifications and become familiar with a proper syntax for authoring CSS. I also want to mention again some of the online tools that I find to be extremely helpful.

Adobe's Kuler site is a great tool for developing color palettes and exploring color definitions. The ultimate CSS Gradient Generator is also another very handy tool. Keeping current with the syntax behind CSS Gradients can be a bit daunting, as it is still being implemented. This tool not only gives you the syntax, but helps you with support for Internet Explorer as well. I also want to mention Font Squirrel agai...

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