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The CSS3 Book

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A No Starch Press book, by Peter Gasston
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All Things CSS3

  • May 16, 2011
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I absolutely love this book! Peter has an amazing ability to reduce the complexities of CSS3 into easy, and understandable chucks. In this new book, he covers all the best features of CSS3 (box shadows, gradients, @font face, multi column layouts, pseudo classes, to name a few) and provides you with the "goods" you can't get just from googling, but only from scouring through the mounds of specification-ese and techno jargon. It's all here, and this book has become my new go-to reference for all things CSS3. What an appropriate title, "The CSS3 Book".

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