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April 2012

Pure CSS3 Post Tags

Pure CSS post tags uses at least 2 CSS tricks such as CSS triangles and CSS circles

January 2012

(Better) Tabs with Round Out Borders

:after and :before trick

September 2011

August 2011

June 2011

May 2011


JSONSelect is an experimental selector language for JSON.

February 2011

January 2011

Surfin’ Safari - CSS3 Gradients

The new syntax has four gradient functions

Gradients, two new range based CSS selectors and background extensions

by 1 other
This is good news for the cutting-edge developer, as WebKit’s own proprietary syntax won’t be nessesary anymore in the near feature.

December 2010

November 2010

October 2010

August 2010

Making Sites Look Their Best in Standards Mode - IEBlog

IE has traditionally drawn a 2-pixel border around the content area of a site.

Sneak — Fixing the background 'bleed'

I recently came up against an issue in Safari where the background colour of an element seemed to ‘bleed’ through the edge of the corners when applying both borders and a border-radius

July 2010

Supersize that Background, Please!

by 2 others
The background-size property is already supported by Firefox 3.6 (using the -moz prefix; Firefox 4 will use the regular CSS3 property), Chrome 5, Safari 5, and Opera 10.54; and it will be included in Internet Explorer 9.

June 2010

Gangsta Ass CSS3 Wrapping Drop Shadows

Better & leaner than the previous example CSS Drop Shadow, although as with the previous example, it does break if the width is too great..

IE’s big leap forward; CSS3 selectors fully supported

But we cannot in good faith say that IE is behind the others any more.