EXPIRED: eBook - Cross-Browser CSS3 Solutions - only $9!
Expires: February 23, 2012, 11:59 pm EST
Cross-Browser CSS3: Solutions and Considerations, by Louis Lazaris, is a compact and practical reference for dealing with browser inconsistencies in CSS3-based designs.
When designing and developing CSS3-based websites, it's common place to run into cross-browser challenges, especially when dealing with markets and niches whose audiences are still using older versions of Internet Explorer.
All the information in the eBook is presented in a balanced manner, with careful consideration for both benefits and drawbacks to each method, to ensure that your projects are as fast-loading and maintainable as possible without sacrificing your brand.
This eBook is brought your by our sister website, Webdesigner Depot for the regular price of $17, but you can get it now in this deal, as an introductory offer, for just $9!
The eBook is split into four parts:
- Performance and Maintenance, including discussions of speed and techniques to consider.
- Universal Methods, including coverage of Polyfilling, the Modernizr Detection Library, CSS3 PIE, and Selectivizr.
- CSS3 Features, including box sizing, border radius, shadows, mutliple columns, opacity, and more.
- Resources, including libraries, browser support charts, vendor prefix helpers, and more.
Table of contents:
Part 1: Performance and Maintenance
Techniques to consider
Andy Clarke’s “Hardboiled” Approach
Paul Irish’s TAFEE
Which method is best?
Part 2: Universal Methods
The Modernizr Detection Library
CSS3 PIE 11 CSS3 Selector Support with Selectivizr
Part 3: CSS3 Features
Box Sizing 13 What about IE6 and IE7?
Text Shadows with IE Filters
Old Opacity Settings
The Standard Syntax for Most Browsers
Fixing Opacity For IE
What About Opacity in IE9+?
RGBA and HSLA Colors
Using Filters to Mimic RGBA and HSLA
Linear and Radial Gradients
Transitions and Keyframe Animations
Custom Web Fonts with @font-face
Other Notable CSS3 Features
Some Notes on Vendor Prefixes
Some CSS3 Best Practices
Part 4: Resources
Browser Support Charts
Vendor Prefix Helpers
Client-Side Vendor Prefix Helpers
CSS3 Tools and Generators
About the author:
Louis Lazaris, is a writer, freelance web developer, and 10-year veteran in the web design niche. He blogs about front-end development on his site, Impressive Webs, and writes regularly for a number of popular web design blogs. He is also co-author of HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World, published by SitePoint.Deal terms:
- eBook is delivered as an instant download in PDF and ePub format (suitable for computer, iPad, Kindle and other e-Readers).
- Files may not be distributed and are sold on a per reader basis.