HTML and CSS Reference
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will give us in the future through font-feature-settings . And, continu-
ing the publishing theme, you've seen the new features for controlling
columns of text. Finally, you saw some CSS3 features for controlling
text wrapping and overflow, which are useful when you're fitting con-
tent into text columns and other narrow containers.
That's the end of the topic, but hopefully just the start of your journey
with HTML5 and CSS3. Both standards are evolving at a faster rate than ever
before, opening new possibilities for web authors every month. It's an
exciting time to be involved with the web; all of us here at Columbia
Internet (and our friends at Manning Publications) hope you can take the
knowledge you've gained from this topic and go out and make a better web!
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