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Rounded Corners Drop Shadows Opacity in CSS3

There are some very cool features that have come along with HTML5 and CSS3. Generally, alot are only able to be displayed in Firefox and Webkit-based browsers like Chrome and Safari. Here, I’ll show you an example of how to implement drop shadows, rounded corners and opacity in your designs using CSS3. The first example is from an article by Divya Manian. Really cool designer that one. As usual, IE doesn’t support these features, but there are a few hacks that need to be implemented to get these same effects to work in IE.

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Posted on Thursday, September 30th, 2010 at 4:45 am | Category: CSS |