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CSS3 is hot these days and will soon be available in most modern browser. Just recently, I started to become aware to the present of CSS3 around the web. I can see some of the websites such as twitter and designer portfolios websites are using it. Also, I have started to implement it to my own project as well and I really love it! However, it will take a while to ditch CSS2 though. I did some search around the web and there are heaps of CSS3 examples that are really make my eyes wide opened!
CSS3 is a diverse language that unlocks many more possibilities in design, especially if you wish to obtain that sleek design component without the use of heavy graphics or even too much server-side coding. CSS3 is currently still in development, but you can still use it for your website provided that you know what browsers it functions in. Some browsers that allow CSS3 compatibility would be: Firefox 3.6 and up, Internet Explorer 8 and up, Opera, Google Chrome and Safari. Now, here are some of the cool things that you can do to get the most out of CSS3.
Ever since the announcement of in 2005, the development of the level 3 of Cascading Style Sheet or better known as CSS3 has been closely watched and monitored by many designers and developers. All of us excited to get our hands on the new features of CSS3 – the text shadows, borders with images, opacity, multiple backgrounds, etc, just to name a few. As of today, not all selectors of CSS3 are fully supported yet.