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Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 by Ben Frain

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Chapter 5. CSS3: Selectors, Typography, and Color Modes

In Chapter 1, Getting Started with HTML5, CSS3, and Responsive Web Design, we noted that the number of people viewing websites over mobile telecom networks is ever increasing. As current telecom network speeds vary enormously, we need to consider the bandwidth and therefore load time of the websites we build. Back in the day we had to consider how long our pages and the images and media they contained would take to load over a 56K modem. Now, we face similar loading time challenges. Just as the percentage rules of table-based layouts are re-emerging, so is the need to re-examine every piece of media and bandwidth sapping content we add to our pages. Although our devices are now mobile, the ...

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