CSS3 Wizardy is what you need to create the kind of Web site or Web app to really stand out. Let’s face if, CSS 2.1 was already complex and difficult to implement successfully in a cross-browser environment, though the bulk of that problem is the fault of a company in Redmond, WA. The rest of the browser vendors have moved on and there is already wide support for HTML5 and CSS3. A Web page doesn’t have to just sit there. Using CSS3, JavaScript, Canvas tags and SVG you can create dynamic, engaging experiences equivalent to anything in Flash or Silverlight. Well, unless you’re using a browser from that company in Redmond.

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