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So, soon CSS filters may be part of the spec. The latest versions of Webkit browsers are the only ones that support the use of filters at the moment via the -webkit- prefix.
My question to you is; should this be something that is available in CSS3 and what is your opinion on it?
Yes. My question to you, why not?
I don’t see any reason not to, I was just curious as to what people thought about it.
You can make some interesting effects with it, very easily. [For example](http://codepen.io/alexmccabe/pen/FJcrh “”).
My answer to you is: Yes and I’m in favour.
SVG version of filters rather than the predefined ones allows a bit more flexibility
@ToxicFire, well yes, but currently even in Chrome Canary you have to turn the option on manually. Though I can see some incredibly effects happening when this hits mainstream.
As for a beginner I see huge possibilities the filters give AND it’s so much easier to work this way, isn’t it? :)
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