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May 18, 2010

CSS3 Experiment: Solar System Fun!

Now that CSS3 is out and about with all its nifty animations, tranformations, etc... I've seen several interesting attempts to push these new properties to the limits while having a bit of fun in the meantime. Our Solar System is a great little experiment, complete with animated planets and other orbits. It does look a little quirky on my browser, Google Chrome 4.1, but an A+ for effort anyway. Here are a few other great CSS3/HTML5 links.



Having fun with CSS3 and HTML5


Evan Black: An Experiment in HTML 5 and CSS

This is a great example of what we can look forward to in terms of web design when these new standards actually become standards.


Windows 7 start menu using CSS3 only

Great job here. I don't actually have Windows 7, so I can't vouch for how realistic this is, but it sure looks good enough to me.


CSS3-Man: A pure CSS3 animation

My favorite... an actual animated comic


I love typography a lot

"...a quick experiment that reproduces an image from I Love Typography using nothing more than simple semantic HTML, CSS2.1, and modern browser implementations of a couple of CSS3 properties. Along the way a few new browser bugs and inconsistencies were exposed..." Explanation here


Social media icons in pure CSS3



CSS3 Transforms and @font-face experiment

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