I just found another site devoted to CSS3 and it is clearly brand new. Seriously I said to myself “isn’t there enough sites listing the properties and browser compatibility for CSS3 already”, but I decided to give it a few minutes of my time… glad I did! Christian Krammer, a webdesigner from Austria, not only did an excellent job explaining CSS3, but he also created an outstanding and great looking design on his site. Unless Christian is a speed coder this CSS3 guide that you will all love have taken a serious amount of time to put together! Thanks for the effort Christian. I think css3files is an awesome website which guides users about CSS3 and explains every property in detail with visual guides making it very clear and easy to understand what every value is used for. There is also examples and references making it a great place to learn CSS3. You will also find a browser compatibility chart for each property which is very useful.
CSS 3 Guide
Let’s take a look at how the guide has been organized. The top navigation basically provides a list of categories.
If you pick the background category, as an example, you will find both the box and the text property for shadow. Each property page starts with a compatibility overview then goes into a description where the syntax is explained with numbers laid over the property and an example rendering. This is freaking awesome!
Then each property have one or more examples as shown below for box-shadow:
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