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CSS mastery : advanced web standards solutions

Author: Andy Budd; Cameron Moll; Simon Collison
Publisher: Berkeley, CA : Friends of Ed ; New York : Distributed to the Book trade in the United States by Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., ©2006.
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Provides information on developing Web sites using CSS.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Budd, Andy.
CSS mastery.
Berkeley, CA : Friends of Ed ; New York : Distributed to the Book trade in the United States by Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., ©2006
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andy Budd; Cameron Moll; Simon Collison
ISBN: 9781430201236 1430201231 1590596145 9781590596142 6610700699 9786610700691 1280700696 9781280700699
OCLC Number: 262691343
Language Note: English.
Notes: Includes index.
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [Place of publication not identified] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 255 pages) : illustrations
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: Setting the Foundations --
Structuring your code --
Use meaningful markup --
IDs and class names --
Divs and spans --
Document types, DOCTYPE switching, and browser modes --
Validation --
Browser modes --
DOCTYPE switching --
Getting your styles to hit the target --
Common selectors --
Pseudo-classes --
The universal selector --
Advanced selectors --
Child and adjacent sibling selectors --
Attribute selectors --
The cascade and specificity --
Specificity --
Using specificity in your stylesheets --
Adding a class or an ID to the body tag --
Inheritance --
Planning, organizing, and maintaining your stylesheets --
Applying styles to your document --
Commenting your code --
Adding structural comments --
Note to self --
Removing comments and optimizing your stylesheets --
Style guides --
Organizing your stylesheets for easy maintenance --
Visual Formatting Model Recap --
Box model recap --
IE/Win and the box model --
Margin collapsing --
Positioning recap --
The visual formatting model --
Relative positioning --
Absolute positioning --
Fixed positioning --
Floating --
Line boxes and clearing --
Background Images and Image Replacement --
Background image basics --
Rounded-corner boxes --
Fixed-width rounded-corner boxes --
Flexible rounded-corner box --
Mountaintop corners --
Drop shadows --
Easy CSS drop shadows --
Drop shadows a la Clagnut --
Fuzzy shadows --
Onion skinned drop shadows --
Image replacement --
Fahrner Image Replacement (FIR) --
Phark --
Gilder/Levin method --
Inman Flash Replacement (IFR) and Scalable Inman Flash Replacement (sIFR) --
Styling Links --
Simple link styling --
Fun with underlines --
Fancy link underlines --
Highlighting different types of link --
Highlighting downloadable documents and feeds --
Creating buttons and rollovers --
Simple rollovers --
Rollovers with images --
Pixy-style rollovers --
Visited-link styles --
Pure CSS tooltips --
Styling Lists and Creating Nav Bars --
Basic list styling --
Creating a vertical nav bar --
Highlighting the current page in a nav bar --
Creating a horizontal nav bar --
Simplified "sliding doors" tabbed navigation --
CSS image maps --
flickr-style image maps --
Remote rollovers --
A short note about definition lists --
Styling Forms and Data Tables --
Styling data tables --
Table-specific elements --
summary and caption --
thead, tbody, and tfoot --
col and colgroups --
Data table markup --
Styling the table --
Adding the visual style --
Added extras --
Simple form layout --
Useful form elements --
Form labels --
The basic layout --
Other elements --
Embellishments --
Required fields --
Complicated form layout --
Accessible date input --
Multicolumn check boxes --
Form feedback --
Layout --
Centering a design --
Centering a design using auto margins --
Centering a design using positioning and negative margins --
Float-based layout --
Two-column floated layout --
Three-column floated layout --
Fixed-width, liquid, and elastic layout --
Liquid layouts --
Elastic layouts --
Elastic-liquid hybrid --
Liquid and elastic images --
Faux columns --
Hacks and Filters --
An introduction to hacks and filters --
A warning about hacks and filters --
Using hacks sensibly --
Filtering separate stylesheets --
Internet Explorer conditional comments --
Band pass filters --
Filtering individual rules and declarations --
The child selector hack --
Attribute selector hack --
The star HTML hack --
IE/Mac commented backslash hack --
The escaped property hack --
Tantek's box model hack --
The modified simplified box model hack --
The limportant and underscore hacks --
The Owen hack --
Bugs and Bug Fixing --
Bug hunting --
Common CSS problems --
Problems with specificity and sort order --
Problems with margin collapsing --
Bug hunting basics --
Isolate the problem --
Creating a minimal test case --
Fix the problem, not the symptoms --
Ask for help --
Having "layout" --
What is "layout"? --
What effect does layout have? --
Common bugs and their fixes --
Double-margin float bug --
Three-pixel text jog bug --
IE 6 duplicate character bug --
IE 6 peek-a-boo bug --
Absolute positioning in a relative container --
Stop picking on Internet Explorer --
More Than Doodles --
About this case study --
Controlling content area with descendant selectors --
The XHTML --
A note about naming conventions --
Three-column layout --
Two-column layout --
One-column layout --
Removing unwanted columns --
Floating the columns --
The calculations --
Floating the columns in the right place --
Highlighting the current page based on the body class --
Drop-in boxes for columns --
Right-angled or rounded corners-you decide --
Flat, right-angled corners --
So, let's prepare for something special --
Transparent custom corners and borders --
The images --
The CSS --
Combining classes for targeted actions --
Image classes and exceptions --
Default images --
Owned images --
Larger images --
Dealing with links --
Understanding the sidebar links --
Checked-off visited links --
LAHV, not LVHA --
Highlighting external links --
Floated drop shadows (gallery) --
Casting the shadows --
Floating the images --
Tuscany Luxury Resorts --
About this case study --
The fluid layout --
Body and container --
Masthead --
Content and sidebar --
Fluid properties --
Footer --
Resolving fluid layout issues --
Aligning elements using absolute positioning --
Location properties (top, bottom, left, right) --
Stacking order (z-index) --
Background image techniques --
Dividing the top in three --
"Bulletproofing" a background --
Image replacement --
Logo image replacement --
Initial cap image replacement --
Fluid imagery --
Coding a fluid image --
Using a single list item for multiple elements --
Coding the menu.
Responsibility: Andy Budd ; with Cameron Moll and Simon Collison.


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