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Great read...looking forward to be using these.. @Emanoel Melo You are joking? So what if it doesn't work in IE! You have new features to play with, go use them, learn and see what you could achieve. Can't put a block on it because IE wont play. Seriously though, hope that comment was said as a joke or a flame starter!
@Darren Azzopardi No need to go so hard on Emanoel, you clearly haven't thought your own comment out enough. He obviously meant that if it doesn't work in IE then how can web designers rely on the new CSS features to design websites. What if you use the background gradient and it looks fine on Firefox, what about IE 6,7,8? If your a web designer who has to make sites look consistent on all browsers then you can be using CSS3 throughout your site only to realise it looks a complete mess in all IE's. Silly boy.
@rob you can rely on it because IE isn't the only browser people use. look even closer at what he said..."not very useful" Maybe I'm taking it to extreme here...but determining CSS usefulness by a browsers capabilities is rather poor, when other browsers (Safari, Opera, etc) exist, show varying levels of support.. In your example...background gradients lets say, in all IE browsers they'll look the same and have the same content, but in Firefox people will get to see a gradient..that's it, nothing more nothing less...is that such no no...shall we cast that aside and wait for IE...tick tock tick tock....guess what...while you've waited for IE support new specs have been added to CSS3 oh, don't use it though cause IE doesn't support it. Don't get me started on websites looking consistent....it's the content that drives people there, what they offer. They're not going to be put off by noticing curved borders, or text shadows or friggin gradients in FireFox...they'll be put off if the site is shit.. and now I shall relax
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