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Whilst recently updating our advanced CSS training course to include some CSS3 commentary, I became inspired by the amount of CSS3 that’s already out there. Browsers such as Firefox and Safari have really started embracing CSS3, which means that there’s a significant audience that you could be demonstrating your CSS3 skills to.

I have put together Top 10 CSS3 commands, some of which are fairly widely known and also some that personally I find interesting (Box-sizing – Old school box model).

Please let me know what you think and also any sites that you’ve seen using CSS3 as well.

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  • Robert says

    Some great tips there. However, one thing that’s been puzzling me is how you get the 3 boxes (free newsletter, articles and reports, latest blog posts) on the home page to be elastic and expand evenly as the browser width is changed.

    How do you do it as I couldn’t find anything on how this is done?

    7 September 2010 at 4:32 pm

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