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Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 Introducing CSS3

    1. What CSS3 Is and How It Came to Be

    2. Let’s Get Started: Introducing the Syntax

    3. Getting Started

  2. Chapter 2 Media Queries

    1. The Advantages of Media Queries

    2. Syntax

    3. Media Features

    4. Summary

    5. Media Queries: Browser Support

  3. Chapter 3 Selectors

    1. Attribute Selectors

    2. New Attribute Selectors in CSS3

    3. The General Sibling Combinator

    4. Summary

    5. Selectors: Browser Support

  4. Chapter 4 Pseudo-classes and Pseudo-elements

    1. Structural Pseudo-classes

    2. Other Pseudo-classes

    3. Pseudo-elements

    4. Summary

    5. DOM and Attribute Selectors: Browser Support

  5. Chapter 5 Web Fonts

    1. The @font-face Rule

    2. A “Bulletproof” @font-face Syntax

    3. Licensing Fonts for Web Use

    4. A Real-World Web Fonts Example

    5. More Font Properties

    6. OpenType Features

    7. Summary

    8. Web Fonts: Browser Support

  6. Chapter 6 Text Effects and Typographic Styles

    1. Understanding Axes and Coordinates

    2. Applying Dimensional Effects: text-shadow

    3. Adding Definition to Text: text-outline and text-stroke

    4. More Text Properties

    5. Summary

    6. Text Effects: Browser Support

  7. Chapter 7 Multiple Columns

    1. Column Layout Methods

    2. Column Gaps and Rules

    3. Containing Elements within Columns

    4. Summary

    5. Multiple Columns: Browser Support

  8. Chapter 8 Background Images and Other Decorative Properties

    1. Background Images

    2. Image Masks

    3. Summary

    4. Background Images: Browser Support

  9. Chapter 9 Border and Box Effects

    1. Giving Your Borders Rounded Corners

    2. Using Images for Borders

    3. Multicolored Borders

    4. Adding Drop Shadows

    5. Summary

    6. Border and Box Effects: Browser Support

  10. Chapter 10 Color and Opacity

    1. Setting Transparency with the opacity Property

    2. New and Extended Color Values

    3. Matching the Operating System’s Appearance

    4. Summary

    5. Color and Opacity: Browser Support

  11. Chapter 11 Gradients

    1. Linear Gradients

    2. Radial Gradients

    3. Multiple Gradients

    4. Repeating Gradients in Firefox

    5. Summary

    6. Gradients: Browser Support

  12. Chapter 12 2D Transformations

    1. The transform Property

    2. rotate

    3. translate

    4. skew

    5. scale

    6. Multiple Transformations

    7. Transforming Elements with Matrices

    8. Reflections with WebKit

    9. Summary

    10. 2D Transformations: Browser Support

  13. Chapter 13 Transitions and Animations

    1. Transitions

    2. More Complex Animations

    3. Summary

    4. Transitions and Animations: Browser Support

  14. Chapter 14 3D Transformations

    1. 3D Elements in CSS

    2. Transform Style

    3. The Transformation Functions

    4. The perspective and perspective-origin Properties

    5. The Transformation Origin

    6. Showing or Hiding the Backface

    7. Summary

    8. 3D Transformations: Browser Support

  15. Chapter 15 Flexible Box Layout

    1. Triggering the Flexible Box Layout

    2. Making the Boxes Flexible

    3. Grouping Flexible Boxes

    4. Changing Orientation

    5. Changing the Order of Flexible Boxes

    6. Alignment

    7. Same-Axis Alignment

    8. Multiple Rows or Columns

    9. Cross-Browser Flex Box with JavaScript

    10. Stop the Presses: New Syntax

    11. Summary

    12. Flexible Box Layout: Browser Support

  16. Chapter 16 Template Layout

    1. Setting Up the JavaScript

    2. Using position and display to Create Rows

    3. Multiple Rows

    4. Slots and the ::slot() Pseudo-element

    5. Creating Empty Slots

    6. Setting Height and Width on Rows and Columns

    7. Default Content: The @ Sign

    8. Summary

    9. Template Layout: Browser Support

  17. Chapter 17 The Future of CSS

    1. Mathematical Operations

    2. The Grid Positioning Module

    3. Extending the Possibilities of Images

    4. Grouping Selectors

    5. Constants and Variables

    6. WebKit CSS Extensions

    7. Haptic Feedback

    8. Summary

    9. Future CSS: Browser Support

  1. Appendix CSS3 Support in Current Major Browsers

    1. Media Queries (Chapter 2)

    2. Selectors (Chapter 3)

    3. Pseudo-classes and Pseudo-elements (Chapter 4)

    4. Web Fonts (Chapter 5)

    5. Text Effects and Typographic Styles (Chapter 6)

    6. Multiple Columns (Chapter 7)

    7. Background Images and Other Decorative Properties (Chapter 8)

    8. Border and Box Effects (Chapter 9)

    9. Color and Opacity (Chapter 10)

    10. Gradients (Chapter 11)

    11. 2D Transformations (Chapter 12)

    12. Transitions and Animations (Chapter 13)

    13. 3D Transformations (Chapter 14)

    14. Flexible Box Layout (Chapter 15)

    15. Template Layout (Chapter 16)

    16. The Future of CSS (Chapter 17)

  2. Appendix Online Resources

    1. CSS Modules

    2. Browsers

    3. Browser Support

    4. Feature Detection and Simulation

    5. Code-Generation Tools

    6. Web Fonts

    7. Other Resources

  3. Appendix About the Technical Reviewer