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Re: 7 New Essential CSS 3 Techniques Revealed
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2009, 03:01:30 pm »

cool... hope css3 comes a'running and becoming the standard real soon
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Re: 7 New Essential CSS 3 Techniques Revealed
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2009, 02:20:47 pm »

To keep track of the status of CSS3, which currently as a whole is a "working draft", bookmark this page

Obviously though, if Microsoft lags in implementing CSS3 support (like it did with CSS2) it's easy to dismiss CSS3 (just like it's been with CSS2) as "unusable".

I've been hard-testing CSS3 for a few years now and it's only this year that it has become worth the effort to employ tricks like multiple backgrounds, multi-columns, text-shadow, box-shadow and opacity (which was in CSS2!) even though these things have been available in public browsers for a few years (it's only now with Firefox 3.5 that there's a larger audience for these tricks, before that only Webkit browsers included support for most of the things mentioned). Yes, it would be nice if the most widely spread browser family had some CSS3 support built in - but I'm not holding my breath.