IN THIS CHAPTER
Working with border images
Exploring new colors
Lurking in the shadows
Working with fonts
Answering media queries
The previous two chapters show you how to use the combination of HTML5 and CSS to create content and style it for your web pages. CSS3 provides some more advanced features, allowing you to do even more styling for your web pages. This chapter walks you through some of the more exciting features from CSS3 that you can use to liven up your site.
In Book 2, Chapter 3, I explain how to build online forms using HTML5. However, by default, HTML forms are somewhat boring, even after adding some CSS styling.
The default styling used by browsers to display text boxes, buttons, and text ...