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CSS3 is the latest version of Cascading Style Sheets, the language that in the hands of a skilled designer turns
the ugly duckling of unadorned HTML into the gracious swan of a sophisticated web page. Some web designers
will tell you dismissively that CSS3 won’t be ready for years. In one sense, they’re right. Instead of one massive
specification, CSS3 has been broken up into more than 40 modules, some of which are unlikely to gain formal
approval for a long time.
We designed this book to be used as both a tutorial and a reference. If you’re a Unix newbie, you should start at the beginning and work forward through the first several chapters. As you progress through the chapters, you’ll build on concepts and commands you learned in previous chapters. Then, as you become more proficient, you can start picking and choosing topics, depending on what you want to do. Be sure to reference the table of contents, index, and the appendixes to find information.
Each chapter covers several topics, each of which is presented in its own section.
Welcome to the updated version of this Visual QuickStart Guide for iPhone application development.
A lot has happened since the last version of this book was published: In only one short year, not only have we seen the introduction of the revolutionary iPad, but we’ve also seen th