HTML, XHTML & CSS

Elizabeth Castro

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Demonstrates the basics of HTML while explaining how to design Web sites, format text, add multimedia effects, and create forms, tables, lists, and style sheets.

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CSS 1, CSS 2, CSS 2.1 and CSS 3: which CSS properties and selectors are different in each version? I searched google a lot, but haven't found any list?

I need a list of the properties and selectors supported for each version with differences.

If I were you, I would get myself a good book on the subject.

I personally like HTML, XHTML, and CSS, Sixth Edition. I bought it at a local Barnes and Noble and I've found it quite handy for questions like this. Also, look around for some good CSS books (sans HTML).

Eric Meyer would be your best bet in terms of authorship.

PS:

CSS 3 Adds lots of cool features like rounded corners and drop shadows. Many of these new features are not yet supported by IE, FF, Opera, chrome and Safari. (Chrome, Opera and Safari need new abbreviations, really.)

Try looking at the CSS article on Wikipedia.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Css1#CSS_1

Hi for the last couple of weeks ive tryed learning CSS with some CSS3 elements that curent work on some browsers.I know what every element those and how to use them in very basic examples and I even managed to build a basic website using only CSS2 elements.

My question is what should i do next to improve my skills there are tons of sites on the internet that have some interesting ways of using CSS but there very complex and I have a hard time understanting it(in most case I dont't)?

Can you guys provide me with some links or a book that will help me improve my skills?

I found an earlier version of this book to be a great help when I started:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/HTML-XHTML-CSS-Visual-QuickStart/dp/0321430840/ref=sr_1_15?ie=UTF8&qid=1315311880&sr=8-15

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