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CSS Only Lightbox Viewer Using CSS3 Transitions

A case of CSS replacing JavaScript completely to create a intricate lightbox.
http://www.nealgrosskopf.com/tech/thread.php?pid=75
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CSS Circle Menu

This CSS example uses CSS3's border-radius property that's set to a very large value to create circle menu links.
http://www.dynamicdrive.com/style/csslibrary/item/css_circle_menu/
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Pure CSS3 Post Tags

This article illustrates the use of two CSS techniques, CSS triangles and CSS circles, to create cool looking "tags".
http://cssglobe.com/post/9435/pure-css3-post-tags
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Newest Design Trends with Popular CSS3 Techniques

A look at some emerging trends based on popular CSS3 techniques on the web.
http://pelfusion.com/design/newest-design-trends-with-popular-css3-techniques/
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Create Spinning Rays with CSS3 Animations & JavaScript

This article shows how to use CSS3's transform property plus a little JavaScript to rotate a background image periodically and create spinning rays!
http://davidwalsh.name/javascript-spin
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20 Excellent HTML5 Video Players

This post showcases a list of great HTML5 media players that you can use today.
http://blogfreakz.com/html5/html5-video-players/
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Designing Search Boxes with HTML5 and CSS3

Three simple demonstrations of using CSS3 and HTML5 to beautify a search form.
http://azadcreative.com/2010/11/designing-search-boxes-html5-css3/
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50 Advanced HTML5 Demos

50 awesome HTML5 demos to show its true potential.
http://www.1stwebdesigner.com/freebies/html5-demos/
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Text-overflow CSS3 property explained

Using CSS3's text-overflow property, one can easily add an ellipsis to truncated text to indicate there is more text to follow.
http://deepubalan.com/blog/2010/11/27/text-overflow-css3-property-explained-pure-css-solution-to-get-ellipsis/
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Creating a Speech Bubble With CSS3

Using the CSS3 pseudo-element :after plus the fact that borders in CSS are met at an angle, this article shows you how to create pure HTML speech bubbles.
http://acidmartin.wordpress.com/2010/11/25/creating-a-speech-bubble-with-css3-and-without-additional-markup/

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