* Now includes CSS3 properties along with previous specifications *
More than just a cheat sheet or reference, the CSS Pro Quick Guide provides beginners with a simple introduction to the basics, and experts will find the advanced details they need. Loads of extras are included: syntax, how to apply styles, colors, font styles, selectors, CSS and CSS3 version information, and browser compatibility tables for the most popular browsers.
The CSS and CSS3 properties are categorized and searchable. Each property information screen contains a property description, values the property accepts, examples, browser compatibility, and version information. In addition, some properties include the display results of the various property values (e.g. border styles, text decoration, etc.).
The CSS and CSS3 properties are broken into the following categories:
Background, Border, Dimension, Font, Generated Content, List, Margin, Outline, Padding, Positioning, Print, Pseudo-classes/Pseudo-elements, Table, Text
Along with the following additional CSS information:
- Styles Application
- Box Model
- Color Tables
- Font Tables
- Selector Chart
- Browser Compatibility Explanation
CSS At-Rules (i.e. @media, @keyframes)
CSS Selector Types
CSS Color Values
CSS Measurement Values (%, in, mm, px, etc.)
CSS3 Box Properties
CSS3 Column Properties
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- Updated for iOS 11
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Great reference tool.
This is a great reference tool. My favorite way to use this app is to have it by my side ready to reference elements when I'm coding on my desktop. This is especially nice for working with specific colors and some of the more obscure elements that are rarely used because no one remembers they even exist - even though they should be used because you can do really cool things with these forgotten little goodies. I wish someone however, would develop an app that clearly explained 'sprites' and how to use them with ease. You can't even find sprites explained well online anywhere. Oh well, maybe someday. BTW, Thom1234, are you trolling? An iPad 3? Really? Don't listen to this joker, the app works great, and is very well done ;-)
This is the second app I got from them and it's great, too. It's easy to look something up and it provides examples to make sure I understand the syntax. I use them on my iPhone and it's easy to see everything and navigate. I like the layout as it's fast and easy to use. The examples are the best part, because let's face it - sometimes I get a bit brain dead and don't have great comprehension. The examples make sure I have a clue and I love that. Good work.
Needs Voiceover support
This is a great reference app, as are all the apps by this provider, but voiceover support is minimal. Voiceover is fine for the text content of the app, but if you own multiple Pro Guide apps don't expect to be able to distinguish between them when trying to find a specific app to open using voice over.
I own 6 of their Pro Guides and they all have the exact same voice over label "Pro Guide", so as a blind/low vision user I have to guess which one to open until I find the specific Pro Guide I need.
Again, this is a simple fix, clearly one that was overlooked, but one that gives Voiceover users fits when app developers ignore accessibility concerns.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.