CSS Pocket Reference

CSS Pocket Reference

Eric A. Meyer

Language: English

Pages: 258

ISBN: 1449399037

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


When you're working with CSS and need a quick answer, CSS Pocket Reference delivers. This handy, concise book provides all of the essential information you need to implement CSS on the fly. Ideal for intermediate to advanced web designers and developers, the 4th edition is revised and updated for CSS3, the latest version of the Cascading Style Sheet specification. Along with a complete alphabetical reference to CSS3 selectors and properties, you'll also find a short introduction to the key concepts of CSS.

Based on Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide, this reference is an easy-to-use cheatsheet of the CSS specifications you need for any task at hand. This book helps you:

  • Quickly find and adapt the style elements you need
  • Learn how CSS3 features complement and extend your CSS practices
  • Discover new value types and new CSS selectors
  • Implement drop shadows, multiple backgrounds, rounded corners, and border images
  • Get new information about transforms and transitions

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element in the link. Note that an element can be selected by :only-child even if it has its own child or children. It must only be the only child of its parent. Examples: a img:only-child {border: 0;} table div:only-child {margin: 5px;} Name :only-of-type Applies to: Any element Description: Matches an element that is the only child element of its type to its parent element. Note that an element can be selected by :only-of-type even if it has its own child or children

content placed after the content in the element Description: This allows the author to insert generated content at the end of an element’s content. By default, the pseudo-element is inline, but it can be changed using the property display. Examples: a.external:after {content: " " url(/icons/globe.gif);} p:after {content: " | ";} Name ::before Generates: A pseudo-element containing generated content placed before the content in the element Description: This

and (color), projection and (color)" rel="stylesheet"> @import url(print-color.css) print and (color), projection and (color); In any situation where one of the media queries evaluates to “true,” the associated style sheet is applied. Thus, given the previous @import, print-color.css will be applied if rendering to a color printer or a color projection environment. If printing on a black-and-white printer, both queries will evaluate to “false” and print-color.css will not be applied to the

scripting or interactive CSS (e.g., :hover). Examples: pre {animation-play-state: running, paused, running;} table {animation-play-state: running;} Note: As of mid-2011, this property was being considered for removal from the CSS Animations Module. Name animation-timing-function Values: [, < timing-function >]* Expansions: ease | linear | ease-in | ease-out | ease-in-out | cubic-bezier(, , , )

element em-height, Relative Length Units :root pseudo-class, Description: rounding radius, border box, Values:, Values:, Values:, Values:, Values: rows, table, Automatic Table Layout (see table layout) ruby-align property, Values: ruby-overhang property, Values: ruby-position property, Values: ruby-span property, Values: rule structure in style sheets, Rule Structure rule, column, Values: run-in boxes, Run-In S saturation (color), Color Values selector (in style rules), Rule

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