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CSS in Depth

CSS in Depth
  • Author : Keith J. Grant
  • Year : 2018
  • Pages : 472
  • File size : 14.6 MB
  • File format : PDF
  • Category : Web Development, CSS

Book Description:

CSS in Depth exposes you to a world of CSS techniques that range from clever to mind-blowing. This instantly useful book is packed with creative examples and powerful best practices that will sharpen your technical skills and inspire your sense of design.

Foreword by Chris Coyier, Cofounder of CodePen.

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