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Handy CSS3 tools

Ok, I admit it. I can never remember the different browser declarations and correct syntax for all of those snazzy CSS effects. At least once a day I find myself using one or more of these great tools.


CSS3 Generator

Great collection of the best supported CSS3 effects and an easy to use GUI.
http://css3generator.com/

CSS Border Radius Generator

Super simple way to see how those border radii will look in the browser.
http://border-radius.com/

:nth-child tester

Great way to easily see how nth-child works.
http://css-tricks.com/examples/nth-child-tester/

Border image generator

Just getting into using the border-image selector, this tool helped my understanding of it greatly.
http://border-image.com

Ultimate CSS Gradient Generator

The CSS gradient syntax has to be the most complicated of the lot, but this great tool makes it easy.
http://www.colorzilla.com/gradient-editor/

Layer Styles

Just like your favorite graphics editor but in your browser. And it creates CSS.
http://layerstyles.org/

Sprite Cow

Easy way to find the size and position of sprites, super useful time saver.
http://www.spritecow.com/

Should I Prefix

An overview of currently needed prefixes for CSS features: http://shouldiprefix.com


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over 1 year ago ·
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Thank you, I just to discover a couple of tools very interesting.

over 1 year ago ·
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Nice. Another one: an overview of currently needed prefixes for CSS features: http://shouldiprefix.com

over 1 year ago ·
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@davidhund thanks! added. :)

over 1 year ago ·