cssSandpaper – a CSS3 JavaScript Library

The cssSandpaper JavaScript library looks at the stylesheets in an HTML document and, where possible, smooths out the browser differences between CSS3 properties like transform, opacity, box-shadow and others. This script is not only useful for developers who want to support CSS3 in IE which doesn’t support it in IE natively but in other browsers which implement their own vendor-specific variants of these properties…

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CSS Font Shorthand Property Cheat Sheet

In the past I’ve displayed some serious animosity towards the CSS font shorthand property. I still don’t agree with ever using font shorthand, I do think it’s important that CSS developers understand how it works. I’ve prepared a printable cheat sheet that you can download and hang next to your computer, which will come in handy in case you decide to use this property yourself, or are forced use it in a stylesheet from an inherited project…

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EZ-CSS: An easy to use, lightweight, CSS framework

ez-css is a different kind of CSS framework. Authors are not bound to a “grid”. Plus, columns and gutters can be of any width.

ez-css works by forcing the final element in the HTML flow to become a block formatting context (using “hasLayout” for Internet Explorer lt 8)…

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CSS Selectors and Pseudo Selectors and Browser Support

The following is a range of CSS tests of the most common browser support for selectors and pseudo selectors. The tests includes basic stuff from the good old days of CSS1 and funky stuff from the future CSS3…

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