CSS Master

Book review by Deane Barker
tags: programming, css
2018
Tiffany B. Brown
354
6/10

The book was a bit scattered, though I’m not sure what I expected. I was looking for a book on CSS best practices, and there is some of that in here, but there’s also a re-hash of a lot of non-secret CSS stuff.

Like, there’s a whole chapters on transforms and another on transitions, which isn’t really best practice stuff, it’s just tutorial. Perhaps this stuff is considered so advanced as to be “master” level? I don’t know.

The book is well-written, for sure. But it was just uneven, and I was confused as to what it was supposed to be.

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