I am working on a page that showcases all of the new selectors and properties in CSS3. So far I have border-image, border-radius, transitions, 2D and 3D transforms, @font-face, general sibling selector, all the attribute selectors, nth-child, first-child, last-child and first-letter demos. Any other suggestions? Should I add in selectors level 4?
So it is. I think I’ll leave it in, as it’s only recently been a usable (at least cross browser and with common formats) tool. I’ll rename the page to something about uncommon rather than specify css3. Thhen I have an excuse to change this once or twice a week as the selectors level 4 spec changes! :D
Guess what? Editing html annd css files remotely via a nook’s terminal, sshing to your laptop, then using vi remotely is a pain in the donkey. Doing that and making the code valid on a touchscreen keyboard that barely works (much less using vi without a Ctrl key) is pretty much impossible. I put all the styles in contenteditable style blocks, but I’m not going to update it on github or my website untill I check out the code on a real screen, validate the html and test it in webkit, gecko, and khtml. I’d love to try this page in the latest build of IE 10, but I don’t curently have a development machine running Windows 7 (or any other Windows for that matter). I have Fedora Core 15 on my home-server-thats-actually-used-more-as-a-desktop and on my laptop. My ACTUAL desktop is so terribly screwy right now that the Windows 7 installer bluescreens with an unnamed error, so for now I can’t laugh about the feature support of of Internet Exploder. If anyone could give me a list of all of the demos that don’t work in IE 9 and 10 it would be much appriciated. That reminds me, I need to convert that @font-face font to a few other formats. Also, I’m thinking about making a fork of this and removing all vendor prefixes just to see what supports what. I might also see if I can get all the demos working (not including 3d transforms) to work in IE. I need to learn how to do matrix math anyways.
An hour of typing grammaticaly correct sentences on my nook is enough, I’m gonna go to bed.