- Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a Web markup standard that allows Web designers to define the appearance and position of a Web page using special dynamic effects
- This book is the perfect beginner reference, showing those new to CSS how to design Web pages and implement numerous useful CSS effects available
- Seasoned For Dummies author Richard Mansfield explains how CSS can streamline and speed up Web development
- Explains how to take control of the many elements in a Web page, integrate CSS into new or existing sites, choose the best coding techniques, and execute advanced visual effects such as transitions
- U Features a special discussion on browser incompatibility issues involving CSS and how to solve potential problems
Part I: The ABCs of CSS.
Chapter 1: CSS Fulfills a Promise.
Chapter 2: Getting Results with CSS.
Chapter 3: Up and Running with Selectors.
Part II: Looking Good with CSS.
Chapter 4: Taking a Position.
Chapter 5: All About Text.
Chapter 6: Managing Details in Style Sheets.
Chapter 7: Styling It Your Way.
Part III: Adding Artistry: Design and Composition with CSS.
Chapter 8: Web Design Basics.
Chapter 9: Spacing Out with Boxes.
Chapter 10: Organizing Your Web Pages Visually.
Chapter 11: Designing with Auto and Inline Elements.
Chapter 12: Handling Tables and Lists (And Doing Away with Tables).
Chapter 13: Creating Dramatic Visual Effects.
Part IV: Advanced CSS Techniques.
Chapter 14: Specializing in Selection.
Chapter 15: CSS Moves into the Future.
Chapter 16: Programmatic CSS.
Chapter 17: Testing and Debugging.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 18: Ten Great CSS Tips and Tricks.
Chapter 19: Ten Topics That Don’t Fit Elsewhere in the Book (But Are Important).