• 200701 Feb

    Are you dying to play with some of those CSS3 features that Opera‘s implementing, or is it just me? Well, it turns out there’s a way we can play with them already.

    There’s a little program that takes XML+CSS and turns it into PDF‘s. It’s called PrinceXML, which already supports all those wonderful little CSS3 selectors the Opera folks are making us salivate over. The only downside here, is that PrinceXML isn’t a web browser, but a printing program. It’s still very useful and gives us a good playground to practice on.

    Here’s a partial list of CSS3 selectors PrinceXML supports:

    • E ~ F
    • E:not()
    • E:nth-child()
    • E:nth-of-type()
    • E::before
    • E::after

    Have fun!

  • 200704 Jan

    Some of you might have noticed that this site is not valid CSS, which is of course a tid bit weird for a site as this… There’s a reason for this though. New CSS3 features are often “tested” by browser manufacturers by implementing them as vendor specific extensions. These are allowed by both CSS2.1 and CSS3, yet, the validator does error on them, even when it’s validation profile is set to CSS3.

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