CSS and CSS3 are dynamic to web designing and development. There was a time when developers used complex CSS codes to create a simple design element. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet format, endorsed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that works with HTML documents using simple syntax and various style properties denoted by English language keywords.
Most web browsers support CSS3 as it becomes more popular and more web designers implement the use of CSS3 in their layout design. Web designers and web developers CSS3 can find valuable employment all over the world. So today, in this post I have collected some useful and fresh CSS3 tutorials for developers and designers. If you like these CSS3 tutorials you might also want to check out our other more previous posts below.
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1. Dark Menu: Pure CSS3 Two Level Menu
2. CSS3 Minimalistic Navigation Menu
3. CSS3 Dropdown Menu
4. Create a Swish CSS3 Folded Ribbon in Five Minutes
5. Create a Unique Contact form with CSS3 Transitions
6. Practical CSS3 Tables with Rounded Corners
7. Easily Turn Your Images Into Polaroids with CSS3
8. Effet Lightbox en CSS3 Grace a Transition
9. CSS Drop Shadows Without Images
10. Creative CSS3 Animation Menus
11. Having Fun With CSS3: Spinning Newspapers
12. Sexy CSS3 Menu
13. Animated CSS3 Helix using 3d Transforms
14. Pretty Simple Content Slider with jQuery and CSS3
15. Build a Kickbutt CSS-Only 3D Slideshow
Putting our fun experiments aside, what CSS3 stuff can we really start using in a wide variety of production sites, right now, without having to wait 10 years until IE6 finally dies of old age and we have to start learning CSS4?