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Dave Shea visits the future of advanced CSS design and finds it pleasing:

Anyway. The point of all this is that I put together a very basic page to serve as my test site's root index. My primary browser is Safari, so I took the opportunity to play with the new text-shadow CSS property. (Hit the thumbnail link if you're not using Safari). Combining this with a bit of opacity (upcoming in CSS3, supported now) a bit of generated content, and some guaranteed, non-standard font choices, I've caught a glimpse of where CSS is going. I like it. A lot.

No images were harmed in the making of this page, it's all pure CSS effects. Here's to 2011, when we might even be able to use this stuff.

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