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HTML5 and CSS3 Coverage

Kevin Florish
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Joined: Jan 06, 2009
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Good luck with the book.

As the HTML5/CSS3 specs are still a work in progress where does the book position itself with regards to this.

Personally, I am still using HTML4/CSS2 (plus jQuery stuff) as the browsers seem all over the place with regards to the amount of support of HTML5.

Cheers Kevin.

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Rob Crowther
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Joined: Nov 06, 2012
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I posted a fairly comprehensive answer to this in this thread, let me know if your question isn't completely answered there.

Read my books: Hello! HTML5 & CSS3 | HTML5 in Action | Read my blog
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