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To add to that...there is a lot of CSS3 properties available that have had their version implimented in their browsers..but you need to use the vendor prefix.-o--moz--khtml--ms--webkit-

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CSS3 is not ready for mainstream use, as it is still a working draft, it's not a finished standard. Some features are implemented already, but you cannot count on the current implementation being the way the final standard will dictate it be implemented.You can use some if you want, but you should be aware it's completely subject to change at a later date.

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