With CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide, readers can start with a tour of the stylesheet language, or skip ahead to any chapter of the book to look up specific tasks covering just what they need to know. This task-based, visual reference guide uses step-by-step instructions, and plenty of screenshots to teach beginning and intermediate users CSS. Best-selling author Jason Cranford Teague takes readers through today's CSS essentials and provides extensive coverage of CSS3 and CSS 2.1 techniques. The book outlines what can be done with CSS3 now and how the latest browsers have implemented many of the new features. Both beginning users, who want a thorough introduction to CSS, and more advanced users, who are looking for a convenient reference, will find what they need here in straightforward language and through readily accessible examples.
Page 18, the chapter reference at the very end of the left column should be (Chapter 13), not (Chapter 14).
Page 217, the last two sentences of the third tip should be removed: Want to know how to do this? Check out Chapter 17, 'Navigation, Buttons, and Controls.'
Page 248, add footnote under table that states: Not until IE8 was inline-block FULLY supported.
Page 329, in the first bold TIP in the left column, middle of the paragraph, "let IE 8" should read: "lte IE 8"
Page 342, in the bold TIP at the bottom of the left column, "Vertical is done by setting the line-weight" should read: "Vertical is done by setting the line-height"