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Coding a site completely with CSS3/HTML. - Focnr - 05-12-2011 07:55 PM
Has anyone done this? I'm working on it.
RE: Coding a site completely with CSS3/HTML. - Balloon - 05-12-2011 11:20 PM
Well you can't use purely css3 as it just some new elements and browsers don't full support all of them yet. But yeah, I code all my layouts using xhtml/css. I use some of the new css3 features such as rounded corners, gradients, etc.
I'm still using xhtml though (which is just html4 with stricter rules), I'm going to make the switch to html5 soon, since the internet explorer finally supports it.
html5/css is the way to go
RE: Coding a site completely with CSS3/HTML. - Focnr - 05-13-2011 10:06 AM
I know, I said 'CSS3/HTML'
I'm still working on it...it's hard for a newb like me.