CSS 3 - Where to Learn?

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Where to learn?

As I advised you in the HTML5 article (and even much more now), CSS3 is impossible to master unless you have prior CSS knowledge. I assume, since you’ve read this article, that you have prior CSS experience, so you just have to build on that. Otherwise you need to take it from the top. In order to ease you into the CSS3 learning process, I will recommend several sources below:

Practical CSS3: Developing and Design by Chris Mills

CSS3: The Missing Manual by David Sawyer McFarland

CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide by Jason Cranford Teaque

The Book of CSS3: A Developer’s Guide to the Future of Web Design by Peter Gasston

CSS3 Tutorials from the World Wide Web Consortium

Conclusion

HTML5 and CSS3 are here to stay, and in combination these two tools are very powerful and can create beautiful, high-quality solutions. Therefore you need to learn them and start using them today, otherwise you will fall behind your competitors.

As promised before, I will start working on putting together several HTML5/CSS3 tutorials so that you will be able to learn even more from PixelWorks Web Design. However, until that comes, please make sure you have at least some basic knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3, so that we are all on the same page when we start. See you next time!

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