August 3rd, 2010
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CSS has always been the foundation of every web design on the internet. And with the introduction of CSS3, things have become pretty interesting. CSS3 has introduced many new CSS properties that can be exploited by the web designers and developers to create some great CSS3 effects. However, the major drawback of all those new CSS3 properties is that most of them have multiple browser-specific implementation. What that means is, if a property works on a browser, you can’t be sure that it will work on all the browsers. To have that functionality, the developer or designer has to add some extra bit of code.
But many of us are too lazy to do that To help you out, we have compiled below, a comprehensive list of best CSS3 auto generators which will help you in the CSS3 code generating process.
CSS3 Please! is a web-based & simple-yet-effective cross-browser CSS3 rules generator. Currently, it helps you write the rules for: border-radius, box-shadow, gradient(linear), rgba colors, transform (rotate), transition and @font-face. As every browser may require different prefixes for the CSS3 properties, this tool makes it so easy by providing them all with an editable & well-commented way where the output can be seen instantly.
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