CSS3 Web Design Visual Quick start Guide By Jason Cranford Teague

CSS3 Web Design

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Introduction: CSS3 Web Design

Getting Started With CSS3 Web Design, Cascading Style Sheets, or CSS is a language used to specify the visual appearance of a Web page in contrast to HTML (HyperText Markup Language), which is a markup language that defines the structure of a document for distribution on the Web. HTML tells a Web browser how the content is organized on the page, whereas CSS3 Web Design tells the browser how it should look.

CSS3 Web Design, an abbreviation for CSS Level 3, is the next generation of this styling language that adds several new capabilities. It may still be under development by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), but CSS3 Web Design has already taken its place alongside HTML5 at the forefront of all cutting-edge Web design.

What Is a Style?

Word processors allow writers to change text appearance word by word or paragraph by paragraph, as well as in an entire document by means of styles. Styles combine multiple properties such as weight, font family, italicization, color, and size that you want to apply to similar text types titles, headers, captions, and so on and group these properties under a common name.

CSS3 Web Design Visual Quickstart Guide Chapters And Sections

Table Of Contents For CSS3 Web Design

Introduction

Chapter 1 Understanding CSS3

What Is a Style?
What Are Cascading Style Sheets?
How does CSS work?
The Evolution of CSS
CSS Level 1 (CSS1)
CSS Level 2 (CSS2)
CSS Level 3 (CSS3)
CSS and HTML
Types of CSS Rules
The Parts of a CSS Rule
Browser CSS extensions
New in CSS3

Chapter 2 HTML5 Primer

What Is HTML?
Basic HTML Document Structure
HTML Properties
HTML and CSS
Types of HTML Elements
The Evolution of HTML5
And then came XHTML
The problem with XHTML2
And then there was HTML5
Is it HTML5 or XHTML5?
What’s New in HTML5?
How Does HTML5 Structure Work?
Using HTML5 Structure Now
Making HTML5 work in Internet Explorer
Putting It All Together

Chapter 3 CSS Basics

The Basic CSS Selectors
Inline: Adding Styles to an HTML Tag
Embedded: Adding Styles to a Web Page
External: Adding Styles to a Web Site
Creating an external style sheet
Linking to a style sheet
Importing a style sheet
(Re)Defining HTML Tags
Defining Reusable Classes
Defining Unique IDs
Defining Universal Styles
Grouping: Defining Elements Using the
Same Styles
Adding Comments to CSS
Putting It All Together

Chapter 4 Selective Styling

The Element Family Tree
Defining Styles Based on Context
Styling descendants
Styling only the children
Styling siblings
Working with Pseudo-classes
Styling links
Styling for interaction
NEW IN CSS3: Styling specific children with pseudo-classes
Styling for a particular language
NEW IN CSS3: Not styling an element
Working with Pseudo-elements
Working with first letters and lines
Setting content before and after an element
Defining Styles Based on Tag Attributes
NEW IN CSS3: Querying the Media
Media queries
Using the @media rule
Inheriting Properties from a Parent
Managing existing or inherited property values
Making a Declaration !important
Determining the Cascade Order
Putting It All Together

Chapter 5 Font Properties

Understanding Typography on the Web
Specifying the character set
Generic font families
Dingbats
HTML character entities
Setting a Font-Stack
Finding Fonts
Web-safe fonts
Downloadable Web fonts
Setting a better font stack
Setting the Font Size
NEW IN CSS3: Adjusting Font Size for
Understudy Fonts
Making Text Italic
Setting Bold, Bolder, Boldest
Creating Small Caps
Setting Multiple Font Values
Putting It All Together

Chapter 6 Text Properties

Adjusting Text Spacing
Adjusting the space between letters (tracking)
Adjusting space between words
Adjusting space between lines of text (leading)
Setting Text Case
NEW IN CSS3: Adding a Text Drop Shadow
Aligning Text Horizontally
Aligning Text Vertically
Indenting Paragraphs
Controlling White Space
Decorating Text
Coming Soon!
Putting It All Together

Chapter 7 Color and Background Properties

Choosing Color Values
Color keywords
RGB hex values
RGB decimal value
Percentage values
New in CSS3: HSL values
New in CSS3: Color alpha values
New in CSS3: Color Gradients in Backgrounds
Internet Explorer gradients
Mozilla gradients
Webkit gradients
Choosing Your Color Palette
Color wheel basics
Online color scheme tools
Setting Text Color
Setting a Background Color
Setting a Background Image
Using Background Shorthand
Putting It All Together

Chapter 8 List and Table Properties

Setting the Bullet Style
Creating Your Own Bullets
Setting Bullet Positions
Setting Multiple List Styles
Setting the Table Layout
Setting the Space Between Table Cells
Collapsing Borders Between Table Cells
Dealing with Empty Table Cells
Setting the Position of a Table Caption
Putting It All Together

Chapter 9 User Interface and Generated

Content Properties
Changing the Mouse Pointer Appearance
Adding Content Using CSS
Teaching the Browser to Count
Specifying the Quote Style
Putting It All Together

Chapter 10 Box Properties

Understanding an Element’s Box
Parts of the box
Displaying an Element
Setting the Width and Height of an Element
Controlling Overflowing Content
Floating Elements in the Window
Clearing a floated element
Setting an Element’s Margins
Setting an Element’s Outline
Setting an Element’s Border
NEW IN CSS3: Rounding Border Corners
NEW IN CSS3: Setting a Border Image
Setting an Element’s Padding
Coming Soon!
Putting it All Together

Chapter 11 Visual Formatting Properties

Understanding the Window and Document
Setting the Positioning Type
Static positioning
Relative positioning
Absolute positioning
Fixed positioning
Setting an Element’s Position
Stacking Objects in 3D
Setting the Visibility of an Element
Clipping an Element’s Visible Area
NEW IN CSS3: Setting an Element’s Opacity
NEW IN CSS3: Setting an Element’s Shadows
Putting It All Together

Chapter 12 Transformation and Transition Properties

NEW IN CSS3: Transforming an Element
2D transformations
3D transformations
NEW IN CSS3: Adding Transitions Between Element States
What can be transitioned?
Putting It All Together

Chapter 13 Fixing CSS

Adjusting CSS for Internet Explorer
The underscore hack
IE conditional CSS
Fixing the Internet Explorer Box Model
Resetting CSS
A simple CSS reset
YUI2: Reset CSS
Eric Meyer’s reset
Fixing the Float
Break tag clear all fix
Overflow fix

Chapter 14 Essential CSS Techniques

Creating Multicolumn Layouts with Float
Styling Links Versus Navigation
Using CSS Sprites
Creating a CSS Drop-down Menu

Chapter 15 Managing Style Sheets

Creating Readable Style Sheets
Include an introduction and TOC
Define colors, fonts, and other constants
Use section headers
The @ rules go at the top
Choose an organization scheme
Use specificity for hierarchy
CSS Libraries and Frameworks
Style Sheet Strategies
The One For All method
The Divide and Conquer method
The Aggregate method
The Dynamic method
Troubleshooting CSS Code
Ask these questions
If all else fails, try these ideas
Debugging CSS in Firebug and Web Inspector
Firebug for Firefox
Web Inspector in Safari and Chrome
Validating Your CSS Code
Minifying Your CSS
32 CSS Best Practices
Appendix A CSS Quick Reference
Basic Selectors
Pseudo-Classes
Pseudo-Elements
Text Properties
Font Properties
Color and Background Properties
List Properties
Table Properties
User Interface and Generated
Content Properties
Box Properties
Visual Formatting Properties
Transform Properties
(-webkit-, -moz-, -o-)
Transition Properties
(-webkit-, -moz-, -o-)
Appendix B HTML and UTF Character Encoding
HTML and UTF Character Encoding
Index

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