Cross-Browser CSS3: Solutions and Considerations, by Louis Lazaris, is a restrict and rational stress for trade with browser inconsistencies in CSS3-based designs.
When conceptualizing and building CSS3-based websites, it’s common place to run into cross-browser challenges, generally when trade with markets and niches whose audiences are still controlling comparison versions of Internet Explorer.
In this eBook, Louis Lazaris discusses a factors that need to be counsel before attempting to use, or mimic, a CSS3 underline in all non-supporting browsers.
All a information in a eBook is presented in a equivalent manner, with crafty caring for both advantages and drawbacks to any method, to guarantee that your projects are as fast-loading and maintainable as illusive yet sacrificing your brand.
The author of Cross-Browser CSS3, Louis Lazaris, is a writer, freelance web developer, and 10-year conductor in a web settlement niche. He blogs about front-end expansion on his site, Impressive Webs, and writes frequently for a array of renouned web settlement blogs. He is also co-author of HTML5 and CSS3 for a Real World, published by SitePoint.
The ebook is apart into 4 parts:
- Performance and Maintenance, including discussions of speed and techniques to consider.
- Universal Methods, including coverage of Polyfilling, a Modernizr Detection Library, CSS3 PIE, and Selectivizr.
- CSS3 Features, including box sizing, extent radius, shadows, mutliple columns, opacity, and more.
- Resources, including libraries, browser support charts, businessman prefix helpers, and more.