This book is for people who know the pain of working on the CSS of a mature website—who have faced a CSS file that four people wrote and that mutated into a huge, sprawling, incoherent mess. We’ve looked the beast in the eye and barely survived.
You’re probably already familiar with CSS, HTML, and the ideals of semantic web development. We can all agree that markup should be about logic instead of about presentation (as much as possible). And we’ll assume that you’re familiar with margins, padding, the box model, @media queries, and the myriad of other CSS-related technologies.
If you are looking for a CSS-ninja power-up, you’ve come to the right place.