HTML and CSS Reference
In-Depth Information
One of the overriding general prob-
lems that CSS3 works toward solving
is reducing the number of images (and the inflexibility of
those images) you are called upon to use to prettify your
websites. This chapter groups together all such CSS3 features
(like box shadows, gradients, and border images) that have strong
browser support under the moniker “bling boxes.”
In this chapter you'll learn new ways to (tastefully) add graphical
effects to your sites programmatically without having to use mil-
lions of background images. You'll start by looking at some basic
isolated examples and then advance to more involved implementa-
tions. So put on your sequined disco clothes, jangle your change,
and prepare to strut your funky stuff.
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