Plug-In CSS & HTML 100 Power Solutions

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Date

March 15, 2011

Format

Electronic book text, 400 pages

ISBN

0071748776 / 9780071748773

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Overview


Main description

100 CSS power solutions in one handy guide

This practical resource contains 100 ready-to-run CSS plug-ins you can use to create dynamic Web content. All of the plug-ins include HTML examples and screen shots showing specific end results you can achieve right away. Methods for using CSS with JavaScript and HTML5 to make Web pages even more interactive and dynamic are also included. Using these plug-ins, you'll be able to build CSS projects more quickly and easily than ever, as many complex tasks are reduced to a single class.

Get ready-made CSS plug-ins for:

  • Manipulating objects
  • Text and typography
  • Menus and navigation
  • Page layout
  • Visual effects
  • Dynamic objects
  • Dynamic text and typography
  • Dynamic interaction
  • Incorporating JavaScript
  • Clickable and RSS buttons
  • Borders
  • Rollover effects
  • Horizontal and vertical animated tabs
  • And much more

Download all of the plug-ins at the book's companion website.


Table of contents

Part I: About CSS and These Plug-ins
Chapter 1 How to Use the Plug-ins
Chapter 2 CSS Crash Course
Part II: The Classes
Chapter 3 Objects
Chapter 4 Text and Typography
Chapter 5 Menus and Navigation
Chapter 6 Page Layout
Chapter 7 Visual Effects
Part III: The Dynamic Classes
Chapter 8 Objects
Chapter 9 Text and Typography
Chapter 10 Navigation
Chapter 11 Incorporating JavaScript
Chapter 12 Supperclasses
Appendices


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Robin Nixon (Kent, UK) is a developer and freelance technical writer who has published more than 500 articles in magazines such as





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