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From the earliest days of CSS, web designers were using
it to format boxes of content. As CSS became more
powerful, the boxes became more impressive, creating
everything from nicely shaded headers to floating, cap-
tioned figures. And when CSS cracked the hovering prob-
lem, floating boxes were even turned into rich, glowy
buttons, taking over from the awkward JavaScript-based
approaches of yore. With this is mind, it's no surprise
that some of the most popular and best-supported CSS3
features can make your boxes look even prettier, no mat-
ter what they hold.
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