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CSS3: The Missing Manual [Kindle Edition]

David Sawyer McFarland
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CSS3 lets you create professional-looking websites, but learning its finer points can be tricky—even for seasoned web developers. This Missing Manual shows you how to take your HTML and CSS skills to the next level, with valuable tips, tricks, and step-by-step instructions. You’ll quickly learn how to build web pages that look great and run fast on devices and screens of all sizes.

The important stuff you need to know:

  • Start with the basics. Write CSS3-friendly HTML, including the HTML5 tags recognized by today’s browsers.
  • Apply real-world design. Format text, create navigation tools, and enhance pages with graphics.
  • Make your pages lively. Create eye-catching animations and give your visitors attractive tables and forms.
  • Take control of page layouts. Use professional design techniques such as floats and positioning.
  • Look great on any device. Craft websites that adapt to desktop, tablet, and mobile browsers.
  • Get advanced techniques. Use CSS3 more effectively and efficiently, and ensure that your web pages look good when printed.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

David Sawyer McFarland is president of Sawyer McFarland Media, Inc., a Web development and training company in Portland, Oregon. He's been building websites since 1995, when he designed an online magazine for communication professionals. He's served as webmaster at the University of California at Berkeley and the Berkeley Multimedia Research Center, and oversaw a complete CSS-driven redesign of David is also a writer and trainer, and teaches in the Portland State University multimedia program. He wrote the bestselling Missing Manual titles on Adobe Dreamweaver, CSS, and JavaScript.


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4.0 von 5 Sternen Sehr gute Einführung! 18. Juni 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Der Entwurf von Websites ist zur Zeit eine echte Herausforderung: Grossartigen Ideen und Werkzeugen stehen veraltende Standards, politische Grabenkämpfe und ein ständiger Wechsel gegenüber. Dieses Buch bietet einen guten Leitfaden, um sich in diesem Chaos zurechtzufinden. Besonders gut gelungen sind die vielen praktischen Beispiele; es macht Spass, diese durchzuarbeiten, denn der Teufel steckt bei HTML und CSS typischerweise im Detail, und das Buch begleitet einen hier vorbildlich.

Sehr gut auch das Kapitel zum Thema "Welche Teile von HTML vergessen wir heutzutage besser", ein vorbildlicher Einstieg!

Ein kleines Minus (und deshalb nur 4 Sterne): Die Tutorials sind, wenn auch inhaltlich gut, so doch etwas langatmig beschrieben. Ausserdem finde ich den Anhang mit der "CSS Property Reference" schlichtweg überflüssig - so etwas schaut man heutzutage im Web nach.

Gesamturteil: Eines der besten Bücher zum Thema!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen What you do not have this book? 22. August 2013
Von bernie
I have a good collection of "missing manual" books. But as much as I like the series I let each book stand on its own merit.

I am familiar with David Sawyer McFarland and also have "CSS: The Missing Manual." My most indispensible book however is HTML5: The Missing Manual by Matthew MacDonald.

I am just now diving into this book and trying the examples. But it looks like a very worthwhile acquisition. I am not that fluent in CSS3 but with the help of this book and a little pilfering of code I hope to be.

I suggest that this book is a good addition even if you feel that you know it all as it may explain something in a new light.

I did not have any earlier editions to tell want was improved or corrected.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Don't Buy Both CSS Books 7. Januar 2013
Von A. Hearn - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
I love the Missing Manual books, especially those by David McFarland. I have his CSS book and just received the new CSS3 book.

After browsing the new CSS3 book, I realized it is almost exactly the same content as the previous CSS book. Since CSS3 is largely undeveloped at this time, there's very little about it in either book. Therefore, buy one of the books but not both. Either way, the books are outstanding, well written, have great examples and tutorials, and a must for your technical library.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Catching up...but not pulling my hair out!! 20. Januar 2013
Von SquirrelGirl - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
I learned HTML back in the 1990s, and I'm sorry to say I didn't really keep up with it. I was familiar with CSS, but had no idea what the possibilities were! I'm extremely comfortable with typography and page layout, and had always been frustrated trying to mimic print with HTML and tables. It just didn't work, and it never looked like the professional sites I admired.

I bought this as a Kindle version for my iPad because I couldn't wait to get started. The other versions of this book got good reviews, so I decided to take a chance. Although I have an iPad, I've NEVER used it for reading, and the only technical book on Sketchup I'd bought on it was a huge disappointment.

I'm happy to say that this is a GREAT book, and a great way to learn CSS. The instructions are clear, the tutorials really reinforce what the reader is learning. The examples do what they are supposed to, and I have a COMPLETE understanding of the concepts I've covered so far. I went into this with a basic understanding of *old* HTML, and a really limited view of CSS's capabilities and a completely backwards understanding of how to code with it. I had also tried learning CSS from some good tutorials on YouTube, but they weren't comprehensive. I gave in and bought several books. But while I'm waiting for the others to be delivered, I've already learned most of what I need from this book.

I always tend to buy technical books, then skim the pages to find what I need, and never actually read the book. I'm reading this one because I'm comfortable with the Kindle format...I can adjust the fonts larger, change the columns and background. The overall experience of having this in electronic form is great. I can even "highlight" lines, and see what other readers have highlighted as well.

Definitely 5 stars. If you're like me, and let your technical knowledge slip because the new stuff was intimidating, THIS is the book for you. I feel like I can confidently understand and write code with CSS.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Awesome Book!!! Great Coverage!!! 10. Februar 2013
Von T. Anderson - Veröffentlicht auf
This book is both board and deep. Meaning it covers a ton of topics and goes in-depth on all of them. This book is great for the beginner, but also has a lot of advanced material.

After a nice introduction that explains the structure of the book the author starts off Part 1 covering the basics. The book starts with the basics and leads us to advanced topics by the end of the book.

I have listed the 5 parts of the book below with the chapters they contain to give an idea of all the topics covered.

Part 1. CSS Basics
1. HTML for CSS
2. Creating Styles and Style Sheets
3. Selectors: Identifying What to Style
4. Saving Time with Style Inheritance
5. Managing Multiple Styles: The Cascade

Part 2. Applied CSS
6. Formatting Text
7. Margins, Padding, and Borders
8. Adding Graphics to Web Pages
9. Sprucing Up Your Site's Navigation
10. CSS Transforms, Transitions, and Animations
11. Formatting Tables and Forms

Part 3. CSS Page Layout
12. Introducing CSS Layout
13. Building Float-Based Layouts
14. Responsive Web Design
15. Positioning Elements on a Web Page

Part 4. Advanced CSS
16. CSS for the Printed Page
17. Improving Your CSS Habits

Part 5. Appendixes
A. CSS Property Reference
B. CSS Resources

I have found CSS to be very powerful, but a lack of understanding can lead to some messy web sites. I have seen some really tragic HTML/CSS/JavaScript implementations. Reading this book and using it as a reference will help avoid that. The author does a great job of showing how things should be done the right way.

The author did a great job putting together the code samples. Each chapter has two folders. One with the beginning of the solution, and one marked finished for the end result of applying the techniques shown in the chapter.

The author does a great job covering responsive web design. This is something I have seen mangled up a lot. The author covers media queries, flexible grids, and fluid images. He also did a great job in this part of the book leading into responsive web design with chapters on CSS layout and float-based layouts.

The nice flow is actually found throughout the entire book. The chapters are put together in a very logical order which is one of the characteristics that make this book a good cover to cover read.

I also really liked the chapter on providing a print page using CSS. The is nothing more annoying than finding a great article, blog, or a product description that you want to print out that just won't print nicely. I can't tell you how many times I have recreated information on the web in word just to be able to print it. This chapter does a great job of showing you how to avoid aggravating your customers with unprintable pages.

The author's writing style make this an easy cover to cover read, but it is also laid out in such a way that it also makes a great reference.

Overall I found this book to be a great read and highly recommend it to all web developers and also to those Windows 8 Store App developers using HTML/CSS/JavaScript.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Leading CSS Book 16. Mai 2013
Von Quality Man - Veröffentlicht auf
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I own both Missing Manual CSS books, the original one (although 2nd edition) and now this CSS3 book. Yes, there is a lot of repeat here but there is also 100 more pages in the new book, and some of the repeated text has changed a little. The book can be overwhelming if it is your introduction to CSS. If you are new to CSS, you are better off with the Head First series and then work your way to this book. Make no mistake, this book is for more serious web designers and web developers. However, if you are new to the subject and you do pick this book, as long as you are tech savvy you'll still be okay. This isn't rocket science after all, but having someone in your corner who has already paid his dues can really reduce a lot of CSS frustration. I've found in my career that most people I work with (who are software developers doing web projects, but not web designers) simply do not utilize CSS the right way (or even in a smart way). Anyone who gets through this book will likely be the resident CSS expert at your work place, and that's all it takes usually because many developers don't put in the time with CSS. So in the end, is the title misleading like some of the other reviewers noted due to the immaturity of CSS3. You can make that case. But at least the book continues to be updated. Consider it a work in progress giving you the latest information possible at a professional level.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Full of typos, but still really good 31. Januar 2014
Von Edward - Veröffentlicht auf
Like the title says, it's a great book for starters and also to aggiornate your knowledge on the third iteration of CSS, but it has some minor errors thoughout the text that are sadly too common. Between some pages, like for example, between pages 44 and 53, the errata contains 11 corrections... 11 errors in 10 pages is not the norm, but 1 little mistake every 3 pages is.
The mistakes are of many kinds, for example, it sometimes says "refer to page 260" and it actually should say "refer to page 265". Or for example it says "only the code in bold changes" and the bolded text is not the one that should be bolded.
If you can cope with these errors, and have the errata at hand, you'll learn a lot with this book. The errata is so comprehensive that I haven't found one error that is not documented there, but I would prefer to have a newer edition without the errors instead of having to rely on the errata all the time.
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