I want some measure of control over form elements, without changing them so drastically as to appear foreign in a user’s operating system. Thus, my quest to find a happy medium, where browsers would generally agree and let me keep my sanity. The result is what I’m simply referring to as Formalize CSS.
A comprehensive discussion of how to use CSS counters, including an infographic and details on browser support, benefits and potential drawbacks.
In this article, we have handpicked some awesome css3 experiments so far which will make you say wow.
Using two familiar CSS techniques you can create animated CSS-only rollovers that degrade gracefully in nonsupporting browsers.
Explore CSS3 radius, box-shadow, text-shadow, and transforms in a WYSIWYG environment. (via Cameron Moll)
Best practices for implementing full width header/footer backgrounds using the 960 Grid System.
The word-wrap property is one of the oldest CSS3 properties, it works in IE6, and has a practical use especially for bloggers.
Article on the “best” approach to marking up site logos/headings.
A common problem faced by many web developers is how to correctly handle a series of floated, margined elements inside a fixed width container.