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I saw the recent announcement by Paul Rouget that Firefox 4 beta 2 has support for CSS transitions and I thought it would be fun to play with it.

Here is a demo with complete source code where I chained together a bunch of CSS transitions using the transitionend event to trigger the transitions sequentially.

DEMO CSS transitions in Firefox 4 beta 2

The demo requires Firefox 4 beta 2

I found that the transitionend event was triggered more often then I expected and had to remove listeners for the event when I was done with them or they sometimes triggered again. I need to learn more about what triggers them.

Have fun with the code as that is the best way to learn.

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Radial gradiants are on the cutting edge of CSS . We’re going to be looking at some examples of their use and their current capabilities.

In the previous post in this series we looked at linear gradients. The WebKit implementation of the radial gradient is just an extension of their linear gradient function while Mozilla and W3C have opted to make the radial gradient have its own function.

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Most everyone agrees that a gradient background softens web pages and areas of web pages in a pleasing way. Many webmasters use a gradient somewhere on their website. This makes a CSS solution a good candidate to be adopted into web standards and used by all major browsers.

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The border-radius CSS properties can be used to give borders rounded corners. The radius applies also to the background even if the element has no border.

We’ll be working with code for three different implementations of the border-radius properties. Soon all browsers will use the CSS3 recommended format but for now they still use these different versions and you must put them all in your code. They are…

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