In This Chapter
Working with opacity
Manipulating text with strokes and shadows
Adding transformations to elements
Animating with transitions
CSS is great for adding visual interest to websites. Newer implementations of CSS go even further, adding new capabilities to web pages that once required hours of work in an image editor or programming language. In this chapter, you discover what you need to know to make your page elements pop out, reflect, turn, move, and even respond to basic input, all with CSS.
CSS allows you to apply some interesting special effects to your pages. These effects can be applied to any element, but they generally are applied to images and headlines. Note that these are still considered experimental, so the browser implementations vary.
CSS3 has complete support for adjustable opacity. This is reflected in a couple of ways. First, any element has an opacity attribute that can be set ...