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blakems
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I just read this article and didn't know that many css3 modules have already been implemented into browsers like mozilla.

http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2003/06/18/css3-selectors.html?page=1

Anybody used any of the css3 ones? Granted they will only work in moz.

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CSS3 modules

Nope, for that very reason.

I would have found it useful to use some of the CSS2 ones, eg img[src="logo.gif"]{border: 0;} but for IE again...

You know you're a geek when you try to shoo a fly away from the monitor with your cursor.

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CSS3 modules

I had a play with the rounded corners on borders, which is a nice feature, but like all these things, if they only work in Moz, and not IE, there's little point getting too attached to them.