The Best CSS3 Books

Best CSS3 books to get you up to speed and hone your skills.

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    Stunning CSS3: A project-based guide to the latest in CSS (Voices That Matter)

    Stunning CSS3: A project-based guide to the latest in CSS (Voices That Matter) [Zoe Mickley Gillenwater] on Amazon.com. *FREE* super saver shipping on qualifying offers. CSS3 adds powerful new functionality to the web's visual style language to help you create beautiful and engaging designs more easily than ever. With CSS3

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    The Book of CSS3: A Developer's Guide to the Future of Web Design

    Peter Gasston has been a web developer for over 10 years in both agency and corporate settings. He was one of the original contributors to CSS3.info, the leading online destination for CSS3. Peter has been published in the UK's .net magazine, gives talks about CSS and web technologies at developer conferences, and runs the web development blog Broken Links.

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    CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide (5th Edition)

    CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide (5th Edition) [Jason Cranford Teague] on Amazon.com. *FREE* super saver shipping on qualifying offers. With CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide, readers can start with a tour of the stylesheet language, or skip ahead to any chapter of the book to look up specific tasks covering just what they need to know.

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    The CSS3 Anthology: Take Your Sites to New Heights: Rachel Andrew: 9780987153029: Amazon.com: Books

    Rachel Andrew is the Director of edgeofmyseat.com, a Web solutions company based in the UK. She is a member of the Web Standards project, serving on the Dreamweaver Task Force. Rachel's writing credits include: Dreamweaver MX Design Projects (Apress), Fundamental Web Design and Development Skills (glasshaus) and HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, 2nd Edition (SitePoint).

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    Practical CSS3: Develop and Design

    Chris Mills (Manchester, UK) is a web technologist, open standards evangelist, and education agitator currently working at Opera Software on the developer relations team. He writes articles about cutting-edge web standards for dev.opera.com (http://dev.opera.com/), .net mag, A List Apart, and other publications, and he speaks at universities and industry conferences.

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    CSS3 Solutions: Essential Techniques for CSS3 Developers

    Marco Casario is one of the most dynamic developers and consultants in the Adobe world. He has been passionate about informatics since he was little more than a child, and used to program games in Basic for Commodore 64 before dedicating himself, while still very young, to innovative projects for the web using Flash and Director (as far back as versions 3 and 5).

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    CSS3 Solutions: Essential Techniques for CSS3 Developers

    Marco Casario is one of the most dynamic developers and consultants in the Adobe world. He has been passionate about informatics since he was little more than a child, and used to program games in Basic for Commodore 64 before dedicating himself, while still very young, to innovative projects for the web using Flash and Director (as far back as versions 3 and 5).

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    Learning CSS3 Animations and Transitions: A Hands-on Guide to Animating in CSS3 with Transforms, Transitions, Keyframes, and JavaScript

    Get Started Fast with Professional-Quality CSS3 Animation! For web designers and developers building rich web and mobile applications, standards-based CSS3 is the future! Learning CSS3 Animations and Transitions is the only tutorial focused entirely on creating quality animations and transitions with CSS3.

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    The CSS3 Anthology: Take Your Sites to New Heights: Rachel Andrew: 9780987153029: Amazon.com: Books

    Rachel Andrew is the Director of edgeofmyseat.com, a Web solutions company based in the UK. She is a member of the Web Standards project, serving on the Dreamweaver Task Force. Rachel's writing credits include: Dreamweaver MX Design Projects (Apress), Fundamental Web Design and Development Skills (glasshaus) and HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS, 2nd Edition (SitePoint).

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