Chapter 10: Conclusion

In this book, we’ve covered some of the finer points and broad strokes of CSS. In some ways, we’ve only scratched the surface.

With the CSS Working Group’s switch to modularized specifications and shorter browser release cycles, new CSS features are created and implemented much more quickly. Attempting to keep up and stay ahead of the curve can leave your head spinning. Indeed, there are a few specifications and features that we’ve barely mentioned in this book.

So what’s on the horizon?

CSS Shapes

Web page layouts have historically been limited to rectangles of varying sizes—and sometimes circles with the help of border-radius. With CSS Shapes, however, we’ll soon be able to flow content into and around complex, non-rectangular ...

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