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Old 07-06-2009, 07:42 AM   #1
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Default Proposed CSS3 changes

Nice site describing proposed changes to Cascading Style Sheets version 3, with examples: CSS3.Info.

Some of the examples work with Firefox 3, or 3.1, or 3.5 (varies), some with Safari 3 and upwards, but there are usually screenshots showing the effects as well.

One thing I find annoying is that some of the rules are browser-specific, requiring the prefix -moz- for Firefox, -webit- for Safari, and sometimes no prefix for Opera. (Explorer is not mentioned; not sure what it requires.)

Seems to imply that for universal support site designers will need three rules to cover the non-MSIE common browsers, and I suspect many simply will not bother.

   
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