Add cutting-edge visual effects

In the last year, browsers’ CSS capabilities have advanced so much that we’re now able to do things with CSS that, previously, were only possible with plug-in-dependent, code-heavy methods such as Flash or JavaScript. CSS visual effects can be as simple as transitioning a link colour on :hover or as complex as creating a full-blown keyframe animation.

Currently, WebKit browsers such as Google Chrome and Safari support the latest CSS3 visual effects, with Firefox and Opera approaching full support. As browser support grows, now is the ideal time to begin experimenting with these new properties.

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