Mastering CSS is published by Packt Publishing on November 9, 2017. This book has 232 pages in English, ISBN-10 1787281582, ISBN-13 978-1787281585. AZW is available for download below.
Rich Finelli trains you in CSS deep learning and shows you the techniques you need to work in the world of responsive, feature-rich web applications. Based on his bestselling Mastering CSS training video, you can now learn with Rich in this book! Rich shares with you his skills in creating advanced layouts, and the critical CSS insights you need for responsive web designs, fonts, transitions, animations, and using flexbox.
Rich begins your CSS training with a review of CSS best practices, such as using a good text editor to automate your authoring and setting up a CSS baseline. You then move on to create a responsive layout making use of floats and stylable drop-down menus, with Rich guiding you toward a modular-organized approach to CSS.
Your training with Rich Finelli then dives into detail about working with CSS and the best solutions to make your websites work. You’ll go with him into CSS3 properties, transforms, transitions, and animations. You’ll gain his understanding of responsive web designs, web fonts, icon fonts, and the techniques used to support retina devices. Rich expands your knowledge of CSS so you can master one of the most valuable tools in modern web design.
What you will learn
- Master fundamental CSS concepts like the anatomy of a rule set, the box model, and the differences between block and inline elements
- Employ flexbox to layout and align elements simply and cleanly
- Become proficient with CSS3 properties such as transitions, transforms, gradients, and animations
- Delve into modular, reusable, and scalable CSS for more organized and maintainable style sheets
- Understand media queries and other pillars of responsive web design
- Get creative with the @font-face property, Google Web Fonts, font services such as Typekit, as well as, icon fonts
- Understand the workflow for HiDPI (retina) devices using 2x images, SVG, and the srcset attribute