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Hey guys just a quick question , is there any way i can have the CSS documentation locally on my PC ?? or atleast the CSS-3 documentation ??

Thanks .

Gautam .

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Hi gautamz07, Depends what

Hi gautamz07,
Depends what documentation you mean.
There are crawling tools that will go through sites and download them and save them as a website.
Is that what you are after.

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Something like this.

That would be doing it the hard way tony .

something like this . PHP chrome extension .

sometimes ur just pounding documentaion and you need fast access to it .

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Not all that hard

CSS is no longer a monolithic recommendation. It is being broken into separate stand-alone recommendations called modules. See the Mozilla Developer Network.

MDN links to each module, so go to a module, save the page then go to the next module. Save the pages in a directory under your local web server's document root, and bookmark them. Easy peasy.

Every now and again, compare the local files' revision dates against the originals' and re-save as needed.

cheers,

gary

If your web page is as clever as you can make it, it's probably too clever for you to debug or maintain.

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Thanks kung fuu master :)

Thanks gary !