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Since CSS3 has become such a big deal in the future-thinking minds of web designers today, I think it would be appropriate for front-end developers to begin formulating some best-practice habits and techniques so that any CSS3 development we do is done right, and we therefore are able to get CSS3 development off to a good start. By no means do I assume that everything in this article is etched in stone and error-free, but I think this will be a good starting point for this topic, and I will be happy to add to or amend any points that anyone feels need adjusting or clarification. Consider this a starting point for discussing best practices for CSS3, especially since there don’t seem to be many articles available yet that exclusively discuss CSS3 best practices. Think Progressive Enhancement The most accessible and widely-supported websites are those created with progressive enhancement in mind.