If both properties were implemented across mainstream browsers, I believe we would see a lot more visually engaging and bulletproof Web site designs. (Of course, the Spider-Man caveat still exists: with great power, comes great responsibility.) Here’s a snippet from the article:
CSS3 offers advancements in how Web designers can apply design touches to their designs. One of the most often wished for properties —
text-shadow, which allows easy creation of drop shadowscode — looks to be popular as new versions of popular browsers are starting to support the property.
I will also look at
background-size— this is a CSS property that will let Web designers set the backgrounds of elements so that the background images can stretch or fill the entire background image, if widely implemented.
Together both CSS properties can add unique twists to everyday Web design with minimal effort. In this article I will explore both of these, showing how they work with some simple examples. Read More