CSS2


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CSS2Cascading Style Sheets Level 2
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The new edition exchanges the browser compatibility information found in the first edition for detailed coverage of CSS2. As Meyer explains in his introduction, information about browser compatibility needs to be constantly updated and is therefore better suited to presentation on the Web.
CSS programmers will welcome Christopher Schmitt's CSS Cookbook (0596005-768, $34.95), covering CSS2.1 and providing a fine introduction to real-world programs and solutions in cascading style sheets, from quick code fixes to page elements and fixing navigation issues.
It reportedly covers CSS2.1 and the book contains more than 85 "recipes".
Microsoft said that SMIL 1.0 overlapped with several existing standards, for example, CSS2, HTML, and the XML Document Object Model (DOM), and was unnecessary.
The most all-inclusive, up-to-date book on these languages available, it covers Netscape Navigator 6, Internet Explorer 6, HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0, JavaScript 1.5, CSS2, Layers, and all of the features supported by the popular web browsers.
In addition there are several useful appendices including tables of XHTML elements and entities, CSS2 properties and values, a summary of the differences between HTML and XHTML and a page of useful Internet sites.
For example, CSS2 includes functionality for highlighting an element when a mouse moves over it; up to now, such high-lighting has been possible only through scripts.
CSS (Industry Level I) is what we have currently, and CSS (Industry Level II, or CSS2) is what is coming.
In all, 29 of the 45 traits were selected to construct the G-matrix used in one matrix test (EYE1, EYE2, EYE3, EYE4, EYES, EYE6, EYE7, EYE8, EYE9, EYE10, EYE11, DIAM3, DIAM4, DIAM11, EP1, EP2, EP3, EP6, EP8, PFE1, PFE2, CSS1, CSS2, DF1, DF2, DF3, VF4, VH1, VH4).
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