39 Ridiculous Things To Do With CSS3 Box Shadows

Box-shadow is a pretty powerful property in modern browsers. With just six little values, you can make some really neat stuff. How much neat stuff, you ask? To find out, I set a little time aside each day to play with it. The result is 39 ridiculous little experiments that, due to whatever issues, can only be viewed in Chrome 11 or better…

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Controlling width with CSS3 box-sizing

An incredibly useful CSS3 feature when you’re creating columns with floats is box-sizing. It lets you choose which box sizing model to use – whether or not an element’s width and height include padding and border or not.This is useful since it makes it much easier to define flexible widths where you also need padding and/or borders. A typical example is laying out forms, which can be a real pain when you want flexible widths…

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How To Use CSS3 Pseudo-Classes

We can use pseudo-classes to style content dynamically. CSS pseudo-classes come in four groups: structural pseudo-classes, pseudo-classes for the states of UI elements, a target pseudo-class and a negation pseudo-class. This in-depth article explains how and where to use them effectively…

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