How To Use Attribute Selectors In CSS

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Today we are going to take a quick look at the ability of CSS to select elements using attribute selectors. We are also going to look at the new features added to attribute selectors in the CSS 3 specifications.

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CSS 3: Custom Fonts Using @font-face

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One of the new and exciting features I’m loving in CSS is the ability to include custom fonts in your website. The best thing about it is that it’s all done in browser. In this post we are going to look at this exciting new feature.

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CSS 3: Gradient Generation In Browser

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Gradients are part and parcel of web design these days. Even subtle ones can be used to make a flat color look that little bit more exciting. The problem has always been creating them required a graphics program & repeats are a pain, but now you can generate them in browser.

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CSS 3: Box Shadow

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Next on our journey through the new CSS 3 properties we are going to take a look at Box Shadow. As the name suggests it creates a shadow, just like the Text Shadow property, except Box Shadow creates a shadow based on the element’s box model.

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CSS 3: Border Radius

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In our second look at CSS 3 properties we are going to take a peek at the long awaited Border Radius. As it’s name suggests it allows you to set the radius of borders allowing you to create the famous rounded corner look without resorting to HTML hacks.

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CSS 3: Text Shadows

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In this first tutorial of a few on CSS 3 properties we are going to look at text shadows. While they can’t be used with certain browsers they can still be effectively used so they degrade gracefully in browsers that do not support them.

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