CSS Pocket Reference by Eric A. Meyer

By Eric A. Meyer

CSS Pocket Reference
Fourth variation 2011 | 248 Pages | ISBN: 1449399037 | writer: O’Reilly Media | PDF | four MB

When you're operating with CSS and wish a brief resolution, CSS Pocket Reference offers. this convenient, concise booklet presents all the crucial details you must enforce CSS at the fly. perfect for intermediate to complex internet designers and builders, the 4th version is revised and up to date for CSS3, the newest model of the Cascading variety Sheet specification. in addition to a whole alphabetical connection with CSS3 selectors and houses, you'll additionally discover a brief creation to the most important thoughts of CSS.

Based on Cascading kind Sheets: The Definitive consultant, this reference is an easy-to-use cheatsheet of the CSS standards you would like for any activity to hand.

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Length Values A length value is expressed as a positive or negative number (when permitted), followed immediately by a two-letter abbreviation that represents the units to be used. There should never be any space between the number and the unit designator. A value of 0 (zero) does not require a unit designator. Length units are divided into two types: absolute units, which are (in theory) always measured in the same way, and relative units, which are measured in relation to other things. 34 | Chapter 2: Values Absolute Length Units Inches (in) As you might expect, the same inches found on typical US rulers.

Length Values A length value is expressed as a positive or negative number (when permitted), followed immediately by a two-letter abbreviation that represents the units to be used. There should never be any space between the number and the unit designator. A value of 0 (zero) does not require a unit designator. Length units are divided into two types: absolute units, which are (in theory) always measured in the same way, and relative units, which are measured in relation to other things. 34 | Chapter 2: Values Absolute Length Units Inches (in) As you might expect, the same inches found on typical US rulers.

38 | Chapter 2: Values CHAPTER 3 Selectors Selectors Universal Selector Pattern: * Description: This selector matches any element name in the document’s language. If a rule does not have an explicit selector, the universal selector is inferred. Examples: * {color: red;} div * p {color: blue;} Type Selector Pattern: element1 39 Description: This selector matches the name of an element in the document’s language. Every instance of the element name is matched. ”) Examples: body {background: #FFF;} p {font-size: 1em;} Descendant Selector Pattern: element1 element2 Description: This allows the author to select an element based on its status as a descendant of another element.

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