Progressive Enhancement with CSS 3

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Happy New Year to all! After a nice long break over Christmas and the New Year, in which I wrote not a single line of code, I’m now back in the swing of things and looking forward to all the desktop browser goodness to come this year.

I’m pleased to have my first piece of published work on Dev.Opera! The article, Progressive Enhancement with CSS 3: A better experience for modern browsers, is a rewrite of a piece I wrote for CSS3.info last Summer, which explains how to use cutting-edge CSS features to improve the user experience for visitors using modern browsers. I look forward to hearing some feedback on it.

Dev.Opera has some great articles by excellent developers, and I’m proud to be a part of it. I intend to get more works published (both on– and off-line) this year; writing longer articles is a different discipline to writing shorter blog posts, and this has been useful experience. Many thanks to Chris Mills at Opera for his help with it.

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