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Pull quotes with HTML5 and CSS. #html #html5 #css #css3   
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Create your own animated CSS creature! #css #css3 #html #html5   
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This would really be cool to apply the movement to a #logo or photo, bringing some fun into a #brand and #website
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We've recently hit 1000 plus ones on our +Google+ page, so this is simply a post to say thank you for the support. We're looking at creating a circle of 'CSS3 users' too, so if you're interested in being included, let us know in the comments. Thanks again! #html5 #css3  
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How to create button switches with CSS3 only, and not a line of JavaScript. #html5   #css3  
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Awesome page for web designers and developers! #webdesign   #webdevelopment   #html5   #css3   #coding  
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Very cool! Now let's use it to prevent the release of Explorer 6!
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Build a modern, interactive portfolio page using CSS3 transitions to replace jQuery animation and HTML5 markup. #css #css3
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CSS3 progress bars. #html5   #css3  
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A collection of great CSS3 and jQuery tutorials. #html5   #css3  
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Gradients are smooth transitions from one color to another. Currently only gradients as background images (through the background property) are supported in CSS3. #html5   #css3  
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A jQuery plugin that uses the CSS3 image filters to replicate the tilt-shift effect. This is a proof of concept and currently only works in Chrome & Safari 6. #html5   #css3  
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'CSS' is an acronym for Cascading Style Sheets, a web-based markup language used to describe the look and formatting of a website to the browser, most commonly used in HTML or XHTML web pages but also applicable to XML documents, including plain XML, SVG and XUL. 'CSS3' simply refers to the latest incarnation of CSS, with additional capabilities far beyond the scope of the first two generations.

Because of its modular structure, CSS3 allows developers to build content-rich web pages with relatively lightweight code requirements. That means fancier visual effects, better user interfaces and most importantly, cleaner pages that load faster than ever before. Simply put, CSS3 is the presentation layer of a web page that leads the charge for all of the other technologies buried within.

CSS3 finally brings the promise of desktop-style layout to web pages, complete with graphic elements such as drop shadows, gradients, border effects, multi-column layouts and much more.

All three CSS specifications fall under the jurisdiction of the World Wide Web Consortium (also known as W3C), one of many international standards organizations who keep things in check for the internet we all know and love. The W3C itself was founded in late 1994, which is actually when the precursor to CSS first reared its head.

Cascading HTML Style Sheets (CHSS) was the name of that earliest variation, which first introduced web developers to the concept of creating a consistent approach to how pages were styled that HTML alone was incapable of. By 1997, CSS had its own development board, the CSS Working Group, chaired by one of W3C’s own.

This introduction came from the MacLife article What is CSS3?.

Please note that this Google+ page has no official connection with CSS3 and is intended purely to collect various blog posts on the subject and to put them in one place.