As a web designer it is a must to be always well-versed about the modern and the future standards, isn’t it? And I am sure that I am not wrong when I state that staying ahead with the latest news is a very difficult task. Well taking into account these situations I looked for the best 20 resources on CSS3 topic for you.
In spite of the fact that W3C’s CSS3 specifications haven’t been finalized yet, Web Kit-based browsers, Mozilla Firefox, or Opera modern browsers offer the user partial or full support for these specifications.
Progress Report of CSS3
CSS3 Progress Report is created by CSS Working Group stressing the actual status of the whole CSS3 modules.
It is easy to start with CSS3 because Web Monkey offers you a tutorial in which you can familiarize with some CSS3 features.
CSS3 Accessibility Features
Because the popularity of modern web browsers and of the mobile hand held devices has increased a lot recently, CSS Working Group considers accessibility, one of the greatest issues dealt in CSS3. The W3C document stresses some accessibility features considered as being inherent in the present and future specifications of CSS3.
Design Shack- the introduction for CSS3
Design Shack familiarizes the readers with CSS3 word. The series of the articles make a general presentation of CSS3, and give some details about CSS3 skills and talk about text effects and border topics.
CSS3 Info website
On Info website, you can find a great number of information related to CSS3. You can find interviews, news and other interesting information about CSS3. If you are really interested in CSS3, you must access this website. More on, you can find here a demonstrator section –CSS3 Previews- where you can see how the CSS3 features and modules work for the browsers that already support them.
CSS3 Advanced Layout Module
With CSS3 Advanced Layout Module you can find useful information about the famous modules in the CSS3 specifications.
CSS3 properties tests for browsers based on webkit
CSS3 properties tests for browsers based on web kit is a live demonstration where you can find CSS3 properties supported by browsers based on WebKit (Safari, for example). Here you can also find information about the way in which the iPhone support CSS3 properties.
Attribute selectors of CSS3
CSS3 has been improved a lot recently. Now it has the ability to make specific and complex DOM selections. So, you will find a tutorial on Dev.Opera and you will see the new attribute selection characteristics of CSS3.
If you are looking for an amazing introduction in CSS3 Selectors concept, I recommend you W3C’s working draft for CSS3.
The conversation with CSS 3 team
Here you can find information about CSS3 development as it is seen by a leading professional in CSS.
What are the fundamental problems with CSS3
In an article written by ‘Matt Wilcox’ you can find out details about the recent issues connected to CSS3.
People that are directly implied in developing and maintaining CSS standards regularly update the web blog where you can read the newest info about CSS3. Have a look and you will find very interesting things.
24 Ways is an annual publication where you can find articles addressed especially to professionals. Here you will find a tutorial written by Andy Budd, a CSS expert. The tutorial shows the one of CSS3 improvements: how to create round corners without utilizing the backgrounds of CSS. It sounds interesting, isn’t it?
The future of web design with CSS3
An article from Smashing Magazine makes the statement that the future of web designs means CSS3.
Overview of CSS3 Transparency is an article that explains and helps you to explore the CSS3 transparency concepts. The transparency concept is a part from the ‘CSS Color Module’.
Styling Forms together Attribute Selectors
Dev.Opera shows what the advantages of the attribute selectors are in a “learning-by-doing” tutorial.
Five Techniques to become familiar with CSS 3
It is well known that practice is the best teacher. NETTUTS offers a tutorial that helps you to learn CSS3 while you are using it.