With the release of CSS3 the game has changed. Layouts, effects and techniques that previously we're frustrating to implement are now considerably easier. The CSS3 Handbook is here to take you from the basics to the more advanced aspects of the new CSS standard.
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First, I cover simpler CSS3 properties like border-radius, opacity, text shadow and box shadow. Once you are comfortable with those chapters, I move onto more advanced topics like transformations, animations, and transitions. There’s more than enough content on CSS3 to keep you busy, and you’ll see results quickly. There's something for beginner, intermediate, and advanced developers in the CSS3 Handbook.
The following subjects are covered in the eBook.
Get a better idea of what's included with the book by downloading a sample chapter.
The sample sections include the chapters on Pseudo Selectors and Transforms.
Everything you need to learn CSS3.
The eBook, over 60 HTML demo files & all the supporting CSS.
The budget option (but still great!)
I don't want to under value the book itself. It's where I spent most of my time and is 120 pages in length. There is a ton of great CSS3 content packed in there. If you're on a budget, this is the option for you.
Includes: .PDF eBook
When you purchase the eBook, it comes in .PDF format. The complete package also includes the source HTML and CSS files from the book.
I've priced both of the packages to be affordable. Although the book itself is full of excellent content, it's really worth the extra $20 to get all the supporting HTML & CSS files. This also allows you to see all the animation, transition, and transform lessons in action.
This is a no risk product. If you are unhappy with the book, please reply to your purchase receipt and I'll get you a full refund.
If you still have questions, please email me and I'll do my best to answer them.