Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Wednesday, May 13, 2015

At-rules are instructions or directives to the CSS parser. They can be used for a variety of purposes. 
The @charset (p. 48) at-rule can be used to specify the character encoding of an external style sheet. It must appear before anything else in the file.
The @import (p. 49) at-rule allows us to import one style sheet into another. All @import at-rules must appear before any rules.

The @media (p. 51) at-rule lets us target rules to the media types we specify.
The @page (p. 52) at-rule can be used to specify margins for paged media. You can set different margins for left- and right-hand pages when you’re printing double-sided pages, as well as for the first page.
The @font-face (p. 54) at-rule allows us to specify custom fonts.
The @namespace (p. 55) at-rule in CSS3 lets us declare an XML namespace, as well as an optional prefix with which that namespace can be specified.



Ebook Preview
Download the ebook now (487 kB)

If the link above doesn't work, try the link below

Mirror: Download the ebook now (487 kB)

Leave a Reply

You can leave a comment to request any article(s), software(s), ebook(s) or report the dead link.
Then I will reply as soon as I can :)

Subscribe to Posts | Subscribe to Comments

Welcome to My Blog

Recent Post

Recent Posts Widget

- Copyright © Madriva -Robotic Notes- Powered by Blogger - Designed by Johanes Djogan -