CSS E-Book Volume 2: Properties and Features

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This e-book is a collection of articles published here on Impressive Webs. All articles discuss a specific CSS feature by means of an in-depth review or a tip or technique.

You can buy all 27 articles as a single easy-to-read PDF e-book for just $3. The e-book has no advertising and no extra promos of any kind.

Table of Contents:

(27 articles, 140 pages, PDF format)

  • How to Dynamically Highlight Content Like Wikipedia Using CSS3
  • Better Page Corner Ads with CSS3 Transforms
  • The CSS white-space Property Explained
  • Word-Wrap: A CSS3 Property That Works in Every Browser
  • CSS Counters: counter-increment and Friends
  • Things Worth Noting About CSS Attribute Selectors
  • The CSS3 Resize Property
  • CSS3 Linear Gradient Syntax Breakdown
  • Background-Clip in CSS3
  • CSS3 Transitions Without Using :hover
  • CSS3 Radial Gradient Syntax Breakdown
  • The “inherit” Value for CSS Properties
  • CSS3’s ‘space’ and ’round’ Values for background-repeat
  • Don’t Forget About “transition: all”
  • Understanding CSS’s vertical-align Property
  • CSS3 Box Shadow Syntax Breakdown
  • Understanding em Units in CSS
  • CSS3 Attribute Selectors: Substring Matching
  • The CSS Clip Property
  • New CSS3 Properties to Handle Text and Word Wrapping
  • What’s the Status of the ::selection Pseudo-element?
  • Limitations on Styling Visited Links
  • What is Inline-Block?
  • CSS Opacity: A Comprehensive Reference
  • A Primer on the CSS Font Shorthand Property
  • A Detailed Look at the z-index CSS Property
  • Everything You Need to Know About !important CSS Declarations

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