5.0 out of 5 stars
Great read and with truly practical examples, 2 Oct. 2012
This is a great book packed full of easy to work through, real world examples (even if they are a little garish!) for many aspects CSS3.
It's good that the author has combined the often much hyped parts of CSS3 (shadows, round corners gradients, etc) into a single chapter and by doing so created space in the book for other chapters that go into more depth.
Two chapters stood out for me, the one on fonts and the one on icons. Chris gives practical use cases for all of these ideas and it's really good to see all the options we have for embedding icons in one place rather than being scattered over a number of articles across the web.
The book is a good length, without many dependancies so you don't need to read it cover to cover and can jump in and out if you need to. I'd recommend this book to anyone wishing to learn more about CSS3.