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Classes, classes, classes everywhere. What if we don’t need CSS classes at all? What if we stopped worrying about how many classes we’re using and what we should be calling them and just finished with them once and for all?
While historically, it’s been difficult at best to create print-quality PDF books from markup alone, CSS3 now brings the Paged Media Module , which targets print book formatting. “Paged” media exists as finite pages, like books and magazines, rather than as long scrolling stretches of text, like most websites. CSS3 allows us to style text, divide it into book pages, and set the page structure as a whole. You can dictate the size of the book, header and footer content, how to display cross references and tables of contents, whether to add guides and bleeds for commercial printing companies, and more.
Review of Emotional Intelligence , by Daniel Goleman