CSS3 Hacks

Put your site in the new header using the magic of CSS3.

6 replies on “CSS3 Hacks”

Well, I was going to write a javascript function that changed the background image to achieve the same result. But I was at work so that’d be wasting a little too much time (like this is now).

Seems rather pointless to use CSS3 selectors — after all, it’s just a single element with one ID. If anything using the ‘starts-with’ selector makes the browser work harder for something #firefox-feature would do just as well.

Unless I’m missing something?

Colour me clueless…but I can’t for the life of me see what the hell was changed. Makes no sense to me at all. Dang, I gotta cut down on the medications… 🙂

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