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  • Title The Magic of CSS
  • Author(s) Adam Schwartz
  • Publisher: GitHub
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  • Language: English
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The material in this textbook is intermediate-to-advanced. It assumes an understanding of the CSS syntax, cascading and inheritance, and commonly used selectors. It also assumes you’ve had enough experience with CSS to have learned not to make these common mistakes anymore.

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