CSS3 Possibilities (Part – 1)

Create shadow effects with CSS

Gives flexibility to designers to play freely with the shadow effects. So next you want to play with your creativity, don’t hesitate with the shear thought of execution or UI developer standing with a ‘Not Possible’ board. Simply direct him to this link 🙂

Create progressive background image with CSS

Best feature – Scales images proportionality, without traumatizing the designers

Create slideshow with CSS3

Recently an informative article was published by Alessio Atzeni on SM, how to create an infinitely looping slider of images using only CSS3 animation and no JavaScript

Hope you all are able to leverage the correct usage of CSS in future projects 🙂 Do drop a note, if you do!


4 Responses to CSS3 Possibilities (Part – 1)

  1. anandsagar12 says:

    Nice article.. only browser compatibility is spoiling the sport… these feature supports from IE10 😦
    This is good learning curve and would be helpful in 2/3ys from now.. 🙂


  2. Hello, of course this piece of writing is in fact pleasant and I have learned lot of things from it on the topic of blogging. thanks.


  3. Kelli says:

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts on Superhero Sprints Review.


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