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A brief overview about CSS
For sure this might be a major question of all newbees. CSS means nothing else than "Cascading Stylesheet". Before the existence of CSS, the look of those web platforms was everything else, but not pretty! Because of this, at the year 1996 the world wide web (or W3C) Consortium decided to release a very first Version of CSS, which has become the world standard of web design, since today! With that release, web developer have seen themselves confronted to a very new challenge: Given the Web a new and an individual charme. Anyway, only two years later, at the year 1998 CSS2 has been brought to the market. 1999, the new release of the CSS3 included a lot of new features and units for web designers, i.e. 3d-styling, motion tweaks, and so on. At the other hand, of browser incompatibility, on the date of its release, CSS3 couldn't even implemented so far. However, since html5 has awoked on the market, and also since the media devices has grown so unexpectly fast, also browser provider finally went along with their technology. Of course, still today, at the year 2014 there're a lot of incompatible browsers, i.e. the Internet Explorer (-ms-), or Safari (-webkit-) which having a hard time to render complex CSS, such as "preserve-3D" or "gradient". That still is giving some of the web designers a lot of headache, even me. To overcome this there are some workarounds by setting the display and the overflow properties to "hidden", while hovers over the respective section. Anyway, as long as not all browsers adapted to the current stage of the CSS3, such experimental tryouts are not recommended on sites with business purposes, except you really know waht you you're doing. Last thing to say is, that about CSS are very useful links with many well explained specification - samples, such as the CSS Specification site of w3.org or the w3schools - community, which really does a great job to explain the most important basic syntaxes of CSS3 with nice sample code snippets and even with a neat "try it yourself"- option.