Internet Explorer, as well as Windows apps using JavaScript in Windows 8, adds support for several new Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) features, including new advanced layout, visual effects, and panning and zooming capabilities. This trend began with Windows Internet Explorer 8 (full compliance with the Cascading Style Sheets, Level 2 Revision 1 (CSS2.1) standard) and continued with Windows Internet Explorer 9 (support for CSS rounded corners, multiple background images, new color models and opacity, Cascading Style Sheets, Level 3 (CSS3) Fonts and Web Open Font Format (WOFF), 2-D Transforms, Media Queries, CSS3 Namespaces, and more).

In this section

API Reference

Cascading Style Sheets

Samples and tutorials

About Element Positioning

About Text Rendering

Color Table

CSS Compatibility in Internet Explorer

CSS Values and Units Reference

Measuring Element Dimension and Location with CSSOM in Windows

Printing and Style Sheets

Understanding CSS Selectors

IEBlog posts

Moving the Stable Web Forward in IE10 Release Preview

Sub-pixel Rendering and the CSS Object Model

CSS 2.1 Complete: Unblocking Faster Web Standards Progress

The CSS Corner: CSS3 Selectors

CSS Units of Measure: Going Beyond the Pixel

Getting to Know CSS3 Selectors, Part 1: Structural Pseudo-Classes

Getting to Know CSS3 Selectors, Part 2: State-Based, Target and Negation Pseudo-Classes

Independent Composition: Rendering and Compositing in Internet Explorer 10

Understanding CSS Selectors