Book: Plug-In CSS 100 Power Solutions
When the World Wide Web was first invented by Tim Berners-Lee, simply having
a means to create hypertext links to other documents (including ones on remote
computers), and to combine text and images using basic formatting, were
revolutionary concepts that we take for granted today.
But slowly web developers started getting used to the initial 20 elements provided by
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) 1, and began adding more and more features in each
new specification of the language. Luckily, though, the people driving this development
realized early on that if these extensions to the language were not handled sensibly, they
could end up as an unwieldy, tangled web of tags. Thus, it was decided to include
cascading style sheets (CSS) within the specification so the content of web pages could
be completely separate from the design and layout.
100 CSS power solutions in one handy guide
Get ready-made CSS plug-ins for:
Text and typography
Menus and navigation
Dynamic text and typography
Clickable and RSS buttons
Horizontal and vertical animated tabs
And much more
Download all of the plug-ins at the book's companion website.
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