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CSS Infographic - Interesting Facts and History

What is CSS? Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used to describe the presentation semantics (the Took Earliest CSS drafts available <CSS> and formatting) of a document written in a markup language. CSS1 first W3C c Working Draft What does it do? CSS enables the separation of a document content (written in HTML or a similar markup language) from document presentation, including elements such as the layout, colors, CSS1 is officially recommended by W3C and fonts. This is what a Facebook homepage will look like without CSS: etooke First public working draft of CSS2 released <CSS> CSS2 becomes W3C suggested recommendation CSS Syntax Selectors are code elements and you CSS2 becomes official W3C can change the overall style of these selectors by changing one of multiple attributes. css IS AWESOME recommendation Property is any feature of the selector that you CSS wish to change like color, size etc. W3C releases the "List of suggested extensions to CSS" Value is what you wish the style to be. First CSS 2.1 draft released CS 1 Its capabilities are: CSS • Font properties such as typeface </> CSS TV becomes W3C Candidate Recommendation • Color of text, backgrounds • Text attributes - spacing between words, letters, and lines of text • Alignment of text, images, CSS3 has been under tables and other elements development since December 15, 2005 • Margin, border, padding, and positioning for most elements • Unique identification and generic classification of groups of attributes CSS Print Profile becomes W3C Working Draft CSS2 CSS • Absolute, relative, and fixed positioning of elements and z- The W3C has index published a Working Draft of the multi- column layout module for CSS3 CSS • The concept of media types • Support for aural style sheets and bidirectional text • New font properties such as shadows CSS3 includes all of level 2 and extends it with new selectors, fancy HTML5 First W3C Working Draft borders and backgrounds, vertical text, user interaction, speech and much more. CSS Mobile Profile 2.0 becomes a candidate for W3C recommendation CSS TV This document specifies a profile of the CSS2 and CSS3 - color specifications appropriate for devices that display their output on a television screen. CSS3 selectors became the first W3C module to reach suggested recommendation status CSS Print Profile This profile specifies a conformance profile for printing in environments where it is not feasible HTML5 Last Call Working Draft or desirable to use a printer-specific driver (low-cost printers, mobile HTML 5 phones etc). CSS Mobile Profile 2.0 CSS Text Level 3 Becomes W3C Working Draft This specification is a baseline for interoperability between CSS implementations on constrained devices (e.g. mobile phones). CSS3 Properties Support by Browsers 5,6 3.6 4.02 10.6 6-9 CSS Animations CSS Columns CSS Gradients CSS Reflections CSS Transforms CSS Transforms 3D CSS Transitions CSS FontFace Created by: DECEMBER, 10 2008 JUNE 2007 MAY 14, 2003 DECEMBER 1998 DECEMBER 17, 1996 MAY, 1995 OCTOBER 2009 OCTOBER 5, 2010 DECEMBER 2009 OCTOBER 2007 OCTOBER 13, 2006 | MAY 1998 NOVEMBER 19 NOVEMBER, 1995

CSS Infographic - Interesting Facts and History

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Do you know much about CSS? Well ok, we admit you may know a lot about how to work with it and how to make your website look really stunning with various useful CSS features. But what we’re sure you...


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