Learn how to use advanced selectors in CSS3. By using the built in pseudo-class, performing a selector in CSS3 is so much easy.
Learn how to use media queries in CSS3. Media queries are simple conditions used to targetting different devices for tables, phones or desktop computers. As each device may have different view size, media queries become so handy to use to display the content dimension correctly.
Learn how to use multiple-column property in CSS3. To create multiple columns in CSS3 is now so handy, you just need to include a css built-in keyword column-count to do the job for you. No more table layout required.
Learn how to use box-sizing property in CSS3. As you know many browsers treat margin and padding differently. When you combine with width or height of an element box, you find out that the final dimension is completely different when you view with different browser. Well, this now can be easily taken care by using the new CSS box-sizing property.
Learn how to use opacity property in CSS3. So what is actually opacity? CSS3 Opacity defines a transparency level of an element. The property value of opacity is range from 0 to 1.
Allows you to remove parenthesis, brackets or braces symbols of your text content. You have an option to remove the inside wrapping content as well. For example: My Categories (1200) can be as My Categories 1200 or My Categories.
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Allows you to add a prefix or suffix into a text content. For example: if you have a wording sentence "need to learn" and if you add the prefix "I " and suffix " programming.". It will become "I need to learn programming.".