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
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Cool stuff Devon :). Welcome to the club here! I hope you’ll be posting more, there’s lots of stuff happening in the CSS3 world, and I’m glad we’re gathering a nice team to cover it all!
Another way is to use Linux; if you don’t have an old machine to install on or on a partition of an existing machine, you could use one of the many great live CDs like Kubuntu or Knoppix. Then you can use Konqueror to see all the great new CSS3 features.
CSS3 . info - » How to use Konqueror without installing Linux - Weblog says:Comment » February 5th, 2007 at 1:19 am
[...] is perhaps a little too much work for people who just want to try Konqueror. But as I mentioned in this comment on another post, you could instead try using one of the many excellent Live CDs such as Kubuntu or Knoppix, which [...]
Okay nice in Konqueror everything is green…
But to be honest, almost none of those selectors I use in my websites (and probably I’m not the only one).
On the other hands things I use are: RichText Editing, rounded-borders.
I like the eclipse option, didn’t know about it before, and will use it in my websites. Too bad it is still missing in firefox.