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I am certain that most users of this forum have their own 'secret' scources for getting the relevant CSS3 codes they are after, including reference books and manuals, but here is a list of on-line CSS3 generators that might make your task a little easier.

Worth visiting each to see if any, or several, appeals to you!


Enjoy!

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Some really helpful links, thanks.  :thumbs:
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Thanks, Fletch.

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Fletch! Helpful and useful stuff as usual. Thanks! :thumbs::thumbs:


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Thank you for sharing these finds Fletch!

Some great tools I was not aware of and will surely come-in handy.

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An appreciative bunch, which makes sharing a pleasure.

I love the fact that these on-line tools are 'visual', and then cough-up the relevant code for one to try on a live site, always giving the user the chance to revert back if the display isn't what was expected.

Also the fact that most of them appear to 'advise' which browsers support the CSS3 properties, often reminding one that if it is not supported by a particular browser (or earlier versions) that one can be satisfied that the change(s) will degrade gracefully. Information that the designer can use to make a calculated decision as to whether to incorporate it into his or her design!

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Thanks mate, very usefull stuff.
For people who are not so handy with programming this is very helpfull

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Thanks for the points Harry. Wasn't necessary, but accepted in the manner they were given!

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Many Thanks Fletch!

That some good mojo
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Since we're already talking geek….

I return the kindness with:

 52framework - The framework from the future, HTML5, CSS3, and more!

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That may be a bit much.

This is leaner and along the same lines as your initial post.

Modernizr

Thanks again for sharing!
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