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    Regular Coder Deacon Frost's Avatar
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    CSS 3 - Release it Already

    Curses!

    Release it already . Please!!!!

    Every time I go to design, I remember reading something on the CSS page that would be so much more convenient than current methods, and I stop designing.

    Anyone know if they're getting any closer?

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    What does it matter if they make it official when the most widely used browsers out there don’t support it in ten years to come?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VIPStephan View Post
    What does it matter if they make it official when the most widely used browsers out there don’t support it in ten years to come?
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    Stop making me sad.

    Lolz.

    Well, Opera is due for a new release . It's been a while since 9 came out ^.^.


    I'm thinking of just giving up on other developers entirely and writing a browser focused only on my web developments.

    I wonder if I can use a .NET language to make a standards compliant browser

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    CSS3 is still being worked on so there are things being added/dropped all the time. The modern browsers implement those properties that are most likely to be finalized so you can feel free to use them, or their -vendor equivalents.

    Of course almost nothing works in IE so you'll have to take that into account but, hopefully, that browser will be insignificant in the next few years and it stillo won't run most of CSS3 five years from now.
    Quote Originally Posted by Deacon Frost View Post
    I wonder if I can use a .NET language to make a standards compliant browser
    Only if you wanted a bloated pig of a browser that only ran on Windows but, even then, you'd have to follow the same spec all the other browser vendors are using which, as I said, is incomplete.


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