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CSS Refactoring: Architect Your Stylesheets…

CSS Refactoring: Architect Your Stylesheets for Success (edition 2016)

by Steve Lindstrom (Author)

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Title:CSS Refactoring: Architect Your Stylesheets for Success
Authors:Steve Lindstrom (Author)
Info:O'Reilly Media (2016), Edition: 1, 160 pages
Collections:Recently Edited/Proofread, CSS, Books I Edited/Proofread

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CSS Refactoring: Tune Your Style Sheets for Performance by Steve Lindstrom



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"Good CSS is essential to the look and feel of modern sites-- as important as the HTML that dictates the site's appearance and the JavaScript that runs the application. Whether you're starting your first CSS project or cleaning up an existing one, this book provides strategies for building a CSS codebase that adheres to the tenets of good architecture"--Back cover.

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