Free your web layouts with CSS Shapes

Web designers have long been forced to create within the constraints of the block. Since the majority of daring ventures into non-rectangular layout using CSS and HTML end in frustration, most content on the web is still trapped in simple boxes.

Creative uses of border-radius and CSS transform properties only create the illusion of shapes and don't actually affect the content layout as expected. A circle carved with border-radius is still a rectangle in disguise. All this is about to change with the implementation of CSS Shapes.

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