Create a responsive CSS3 product wall

CSS3 has lots of features to make creating web pages and applications a breeze, with still many more being developed and made available. For me, the most exciting aspect of CSS3 is combining its features to create things that have yet to be seen on the web.

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to create a CSS3-powered product wall to display CD covers that will show more information when clicked. Using the :target pseudo-selector, CSS can be changed based on the target element clicked. You'll also use media queries to make the product wall look great across devices, and transitions to smoothly animate selected products.

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