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Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 by Ben Frain

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CSS3 enables responsive designs and more

If you've been in the web design trade from the mid-1990s, you'll remember that back then, all designs were table-based and the styling was entwined with content. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS ) were introduced as a way of separating design from the content. It took some time for web designers to step into the bold new world of CSS-based design but sites such as http://www.csszengarden.com paved the way, showing just what could be achieved, visually, with a CSS-based design. Since then, CSS has become the standard way of defining the presentational layer of a web page, with CSS 2.1 being the current ratified version of the CSS specification. CSS3 has yet to be fully ratified but that doesn't mean that large ...

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