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CSS3 Linear Gradients

CSS3's supports linear gradients, which offer a fast and lightweight way of adding gradients to your page. It can be used in conjunction with a gradient image to get the best of both worlds.
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HTML5 Rocks My Socks Off

A look at the new tags of HTML5 and why they are awesome.
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Harmony- Canvas Drawing Tool

Harmony is a HTML5/ Canvas drawing tool that includes some impressive brushing effects.
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CSS3 loading spinners without images

See how to use CSS3's css-transform property to create an animated image-less loading spinner with just code, no images!
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50 Awesome Animations made with CSS3

Here are 50 CSS3 animation examples that perform many motion-based functions normally delegated to JavaScript.
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CSS3 Gradients: No Image Aqua Button

This tutorial shows how to use CSS3 gradients to create an Aqua Button that's pure CSS and no images.
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CSS Overlays with CSS3

These CSS3 overlays use a number of new CSS3 properties, from "border-radius" to "border-image".
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Pure CSS3 Animated AT-AT Walker from Star Wars

This article looks at creating animatiosn using CSS3, in this case, an AT-AT Walker from "The Empire Strikes Back".
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How To Create Depth And Nice 3D Ribbons Only Using CSS3

This article shows how to create a 3D looking ribbon that wraps around an element using CSS3 only.
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CSS3 + Progressive Enhancement = Smart Design

CSS3 can do some pretty amazing stuff: text shadows, rgba transparency, multiple background images, embedded fonts, and in a progressive manner.

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