11 Classic CSS Techniques Made Simple with CSS3

CSS3? What's that?!
I'm sure you've heard of CSS in general. CSS3 isn't that much different, in terms of syntax; however, the power of CSS3 is much greater. As you'll see in these eleven techniques, you can have multiple backgrounds, dynamically resize those backgrounds, border radiuses, text shadows, and more!
Here's what the official (or at least, what I consider official) website of CSS3, css3.info, has to say about CSS3:
CSS3 is the new kid in the stylesheet family. It offers exciting new possibilities to create an impact with your designs, allows you to use more diverse style sheets for a variety of occasions and lots more.
What We'll Be Covering
Here are the 11 techniques that I'll be showing you how to recreate with CSS3. I'll show you how to create them using CSS2 (or JavaScript), and then with CSS3 properties. Remember - these effects will only work in modern browsers that implement these CSS3 features. Your best option is to view these with Safari 4.
Rounded Corners
Box Shadow
Text Shadow
Fancy Font
Background Size
Multiple Backgrounds
Border Image

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