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CSS 3 - The Future of Web Design

Chuck Bankoff - Monday, May 16, 2011
These days website design keeps getting better and better thanks to the increase of ability to design what you can invasion. For example, CSS3 is emerging as one of the best tools a designer could want. With the new functions and features available, your ability to be as creative as you want has finally become a reality. Some of the new features include:

Borders
border-image
border-radius
border-color
box-shadow

Background
background-origin
background-clip
background-size
multiple-backgrounds

Color
HSL colors
HSLA colors
Opacity
RGBA Colors

Text Effects
text-shadow
text-overflow
word-wrap

Interface
box-sizing
resize
outline
nav-top
nav-right
nav-left
nav-bottom

Attribute selectors, media queries, multi column layout, web fonts, speech, etc.

For those of you familiar with web design and coding, you probably have a good idea of what these things might be able to do, for the rest of you, this means that as developers, we can do much more today than we could, lets say, last year.

CSS3 combined with the new attributes in html 5 opens doors for web design in a way that most designers never thought possible.

Author - Simon


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