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Everything You Know about CSS is Wrong! by Rachel Andrew, Kevin Yank

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Chapter 5The Road Ahead

Although it can seem as though browser development is moving at a glacial pace, a lot has happened in the past decade. In this chapter, we’ll take a look at some of the concepts that are part of the CSS3 draft specification, and those that browsers have already implemented, giving us a chance to have a peek into the future of CSS.

The techniques described in this chapter are taken from working drafts of CSS3, and any of these aspects could change substantially before becoming a final recommendation. What is clear, however, is that the W3C is looking at new ways to solve the problems that exist in laying out our pages using CSS; some interesting proposals are being developed to help ease those difficulties.

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