All posts tagged CSS3

CSS3 support in Internet Explorer the easy way

Support CSS3 in Internet Explorer 7 and 8Css3 offers a variety of new functionality that makes it easy to produce spectacular graphical effects like rounded corners, box shadow and gradient backgrounds without using external JavaScript or advanced markup with creative usage of background images.

The problem with CSS3 is that especially Internet Explorer 7 and 8 doesn’t support CSS3, which means that you risk that a huge part of your visitors can’t see all the nice eye candy you have built in CSS3.

The good news is that you don’t have to wait for Internet Explorer 9, before CSS3 can be used on your site. With the technique described in this post, you can actually learn Internet Explorer 7 and 8 to render beautiful CSS3

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Create nice submit buttons with CSS and no images

Submit buttons with pure css - no imagesIn this post we’ll demonstrate how submit buttons in forms can be styled with CSS without using any images.

If you’re very interested in creating nice looking websites with high performance, styling without images it’s worth considering, since it can decrease loading times of your pages, due to less http requests per page.

The examples in this post is both using standard CSS 2 and the upcoming CSS 3 to demonstrate some of the effects that can easily be applied to your submit buttons

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