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Chapter 4. OVERVIEW > Chapter Descriptions

Chapter Descriptions

This book looks first at the fundamental concepts of CSS (such as cascading, inheritance and units of measure) that must be implemented for a browser to even begin to be thought of as "CSS compliant". These are covered in the chapters "Implementation of Basic CSS Concepts", "The Cascade" and "CSS Units". The rest of the chapters in this part are devoted to a detailed examination of all of the CSS properties: "Pseudo-Classes and Pseudo-Elements", "Font Properties", "The Color and Background Family of Properties", "The Text Family of Properties", "The Box Family of Properties" and "The Classification Family of Properties".

Implementation of Basic CSS Concepts

This chapter looks at the fundamental functions that underpin CSS. These functions help to define how CSS works, and determine to a large extent whether or not a given Web browser is capable of being CSS compliant — browsers that do not at least partially implement these functions are incapable of dealing with CSS code. Such topics as containment in HTML, grouping CSS properties and values together, inheritance and other basic CSS fundamentals will be covered.


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