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Old 03-27-2012, 05:28 PM
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CSS3 Style Sheets - Cross Browser Compatible

Hello experts,

I am learning basic html/css now, and now I need help from you guys.

I am trying to apply some gradient colors into my test page, and I want to ask if how can I add compatibility to Firefox, Chrome and IE9.

I wanted to apply this background color gradient:

-moz-linear-gradient(#333333, #222222)
 
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Old 03-28-2012, 06:56 PM
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Actually there are a few amazing tools online that (while they add a little bulk to your css3 script) it ensures maximum cross-browser compatibility.

www . gradients . glrzad . com
(im apparently not allowed to post urls yet...)

Its like the gradient editor in Photoshop, you can add, remove and reposition gradient markers and access to a whole rainbow of colors.

Also provides a single color static background for pre-CSS3 compatible browsers
 
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im very pleased with the tool, great share! thanks a bunch!
 
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Not a problem, glad ya like it

When one of my designer buddies showed me that, I was like "..WHAAAA" and then he showed me the CSS3 button generator and all sorts of great tools. Make sure to check those out too, they're all magic hehe
 
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