Rachel Andrew – Core CSS3

Web Directions @media 2010, Southbank Centre London, June 10 11.45am.

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Session description

This session will be a solid introduction to CSS3 by way of practical examples that can get you started using CSS3 on your projects today.

Rachel Andrew will take you through some of the core features of CSS3 including advanced selectors, media queries and other features that are being developed and starting to be implemented in browsers.

In addition to discovering how CSS3 will change the way that we develop in the future we will explore current and upcoming browser support. We will also see how it is possible to start using some of CSS3 in your projects now, with the help of a little JavaScript to plug the holes in current browsers.

About Rachel Andrew

Rachel Andrew PortraitRachel Andrew is a front and back-end web developer and Director of edgeofmyseat.com, a UK web development consultancy and the creators of the small content management system, Perch. She is the author of a number of web design and development books including CSS Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks and Hacks (3rd edition), published by SitePoint and also writes on her blog rachelandrew.co.uk. Rachel tries to encourage a common sense application of best practice and standards adoption in her own work and when writing about the web.

Follow Rachel on Twitter: @rachelandrew

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