Web development without Photoshop and without IDs or classes? What was impossible 5 years ago is almost simple to do with CSS3. Prototyping with CSS3 (versus sliced up images) has made the development process fun again. Yes, there is new syntax to learn, and different browsers sometimes require slightly different markup, but the power is worth the pain. And, once you understand the syntax, there are tools so CSS3 isn’t a memorization game. Improved development time, reduced maintenance costs, SEO, accessibility and site performance? What more could you ask for?
How about all of it, all in 3 hours! In this 3-hour tutorial you will learn about the capabilities of CSS3, progressive design principles, time saving techniques, and debugging and development tools. Yes, we’ll cover rounded corners, but this skills-based workshop will cover so much more, from basics like CSS Specificity to advanced selectors, media queries, colors, border effects, background effects, gradients, animations, transitions and transformations, the .
WHAT WILL BE COVERED Many advanced CSS2 and CSS3 features and the issues surrounding them, including:
Selectors, specificity, media queries, colors, border effects, background effects, gradients, animations, transitions and transformations. Hacks, browser support and browser quirks Tools for creating CSS3 (once you fully understand the syntax) CSS Debuggers: Use browser tools to debug and pixel perfect
WHO THIS WORKSHOP FOR This workshop is targeted at designers and developers who already work with CSS, and perhaps even use some features of CSS3, and want to become really proficient in advanced features of CSS3.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED Laptop with Chrome installed.
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