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Beginning CSS, 3rd Edition

Beginning CSS, 3rd Edition

by Ian Pouncey
464 Pages · 2011 · 14.05 MB · 2,177 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
A Smarter Way to Learn HTML & CSS
by Mark Myers
322 Pages · 2015 · 7.85 MB · 2,843 Downloads · New!
The ultimate learn-by-doing approach. Short chapters are paired with free interactive online exercises to teach the fundamentals of HTML and CSS. Written for beginners, useful for experienced developers who want to sharpen their skills. Prepares the reader to code a website of medium complexity. The learner spends two to three times as long practicing as he does reading. Based on cognitive research showing that retention increases 400 percent when learners are challenged to retrieve the information they just read. Explanations are in plain, nontechnical English that people of all backgrounds can readily understand. With ample coding examples and illustrations.
AdvancED CSS
by Joe Lewis
384 Pages · 2009 · 6.91 MB · 4,366 Downloads · New!
So you think you know CSS? Take your CSS skills to the next level and learn to write organized and optimized CSS that will improve the maintainability, performance, and appearance of your work.
Advanced Game Design with HTML5 and JavaScript
by Rex van der Spuy
540 Pages · 2015 · 9.16 MB · 2,997 Downloads · New!
How do you make a video game? Advanced Game Design with HTML5 and JavaScript is a down to earth education in how to make video games from scratch, using the powerful HTML5 and JavaScript technologies. This book is a point-by-point round up of all the essential techniques that every game designer needs to know. You’ll discover how to create and render game graphics, add interactivity, sound, and animation. You’ll learn how to build your own custom game engine with reusable components so that you can quickly develop games with maximum impact and minimum code. You’ll also learn the secrets of vector math and advanced collision detection techniques, all of which are covered in a friendly and non-technical manner. You’ll find detailed working examples, with hundreds of illustrations and thousands of lines of source code that you can freely adapt for your own projects. All the math and programming techniques are elaborately explained and examples are open-ended to encourage you to think of original ways to use these techniques in your own games. You can use what you learn in this book to make games for desktops, mobile phones, tablets or the Web.
Basic Visual Formatting in CSS
by Eric A. Meyer
72 Pages · 2015 · 3.38 MB · 4,932 Downloads · New!
Some aspects of the CSS formatting model may seem counterintuitive at first, but as you’ll learn in this practical guide, the more you work with these features, the more they make sense. Author Eric Meyer gives you a good grounding in CSS visual rendering, from element box rules and concepts to the specifics of managing tricky layouts for block-level and inline elements.
Beginning CSS Preprocessors
by Anirudh Prabhu
153 Pages · 2015 · 2.45 MB · 1,517 Downloads · New!
Learn how preprocessors can make CSS scalable and easy to maintain. You’ll see how to write code in a very clean and scalable manner and use CSS preprocessor features such as variables and looping, which are missing in CSS natively. Reading Beginning CSS Preprocessors will make your life much simpler by showing you how to create reusable chunks of code. In addition to coding enhancements, you’ll also learn to automate processes such as generating image sprites and minifying code.
Beginning CSS Web Development
by Simon Collison
448 Pages · 2007 · 13.08 MB · 3,465 Downloads · New!
There are many books available on CSS, but this one is different — it wastes less time discussing theory, and gets straight to the practical learning, quickly giving readers what they need to know. In addition, it is completely up to date, covering the most modern CSS standards and design techniques. Beyond the CSS essentials, advanced techniques are covered, including accessibility, hacks and filters. The book concludes with a case study, and a CSS reference section to allow the reader to look up required syntax in seconds.