Webinar - CSS Variables: The Real Thing
The variables feature (proper name: custom properties) in CSS has been proposed, spec'd out, implemented, abandoned, revised, ignored, third-partied, and -- finally! -- implemented per W3C standards by most modern browsers. Although it is a hugely useful and flexible feature, there has been no true cross-browser support until recently. This session explains not just how but why to use variables in your CSS, without resorting to non-standard syntax, pre-processors, or (gasp!) command-line utilities.
You will learn:
- What are CSS variables and what are they used for?
- Why are CSS variables such an important feature?
- How does the standardized implementation work?
- How can you use variables to your advantage?
Date and time
The webinar will be held on Friday 3 August 2018 from 11:00am - noon NZ time, (9:00am - 10:00am AEST)
The costs for this webinar are:
- TechCommNZ members (and affiliates: ASTC, NZATD, PRINZ) - $20 plus GST
- TechCommNZ student members - free
- Non-members - $40 +GST
Please register through the website so that we can send you details about accessing the webinar session.
About the presenter
Dave Gash is a Southern California technical publications specialist providing technology consulting and training for hypertext developers. A veteran software professional with over thirty years of development, documentation, and training experience, he holds degrees in Business and Computer Science, and is well known in the tech pubs community as an enthusiastic and engaging technical instructor. Dave has been a Technical Writer for Google since 2012, and is a frequent speaker at User Assistance conferences in the US and around the world.