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CSS3 for Web Designers by Dan Cederholm

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Chapter 7: Conclusion

Okay, let’s come back down to earth now and decompress.

We’ve covered a lot of wonderful (if I may say so) ways to use CSS3 right now in your daily work. My hope is that by demonstrating how these techniques can enhance the experience layer in browsers that support them, while gracefully degrading in browsers that don’t, you’ll be inspired to use them every day, regardless of the project you’re working on.

The real promise of CSS3 is that it enables us to solve common design problems more efficiently, with less code and more flexibility. So long as you (and your clients and bosses) can accept that websites may look and be experienced differently ...

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