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Apple’s Navigation bar using only CSS

This tutorial recreates Apple's famed rounded corner menu bar using cutting edge CSS 3 only. Safari 4.x required to see demo.

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Remember all those neat browser demos and tricks that worked only in IE not good old Netscape?


seriously, who needs this shit?
Browsers are stuffing in ‘features’ like Oprah at Dunkin Donuts! Meanwhile basic accessibility intelligence goes out the window and basic rendering compatibility is a constantly shifting playing field. (Not mention these advanced ‘features’ wont work on lower capability or older machines: soon we’ll have to own a super duper Quad Core CPU to view fricken “Hello World” on our Safari 7 machines! :(

#1: Mark on 05/30 at 03:38 AM

This post blows… “0” out of “10”...

#2: a guy on 05/30 at 04:42 AM
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