The fourth edition of Eric Meyer and Estelle Weyl’s CSS: The Definitive Guide was recently released. The new book weighs in at 1,016 pages, which is up drastically from 447 in the third edition, which was up slightly from 436 in the second edition.
Despite the appearance of CSS needing more pages to capture more complicated concepts, Eric suggests that CSS is actually easier to grasp than ever before and its complexity has actually declined between editions:
But the core …
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