Embracing and Using CSS3 Pragmatically

Web design is an industry where things change very fast. Over the last year or two, CSS3 has taken web design potential to a new level. It’s not that many more features are available in this latest iteration of the CSS specifications, it’s that CSS3 makes it easier to work with things that typically involved more work, more technologies, and more software. For example, basic animation and dynamic image capabilities such as color gradients were previously only possible with JavaScript, Flash, and image editing software like Photoshop. Not anymore.

There’s a lot to learn about CSS3, and it can be overwhelming if you’re just catching yourself up with what’s going on around you. Let’s look at how CSS3 — even though it’s not supported by all browsers (like IE6) — can be pragmatically implemented into your website production process.

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