Native CSS Features Detection @supports Rule Arrives in Firefox Nightly

Firefox recently released the new CSS3 API @supports for Firefox Nightly. It now supports the CSS Conditional Rules Level 3 specification. @supports rules helps you to detect native CSS feature. We are comfortable with the idea of sending different code to different browsers to provide different but still acceptable user experience. Feature detection is normally […]

PayPal Payment Icon with Single Element using CSS3

A couple of months back when people reached beyond CSS3 heights. I started wondering that is there any limit to CSS3? New CSS techniques are opening several ways which were wasn’t possible without JavaScript. Below is an example of how CSS3 can be effective in reducing your work, it’s not just limited to creating rounded […]

CSS3 Stitched Effect

Web design trend is getting different now, these days designers and developers wants to do much more with less. Where I think that too much makes a page look bad where too little can also make your website look kinda vintage. Thanks to CSS3, with this developer can do amazing things. Not to forget the […]