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10 Handly CSS3 Tools For Novice Web Developers

CSS is been an integral part for every web developers to give life to a good web design. For me, its more about making a living out of it. Most of the time, while we create beautiful websites using CSS and its recent version CSS3 is set is change the way we design the web. As a developer I learn new techniques in CSS3 everyday and I use certain tools which helps me in minimizing the time taken to code a website in the past. So here are my 10 handy CSS3 tools, which I recommend for every novice developers.

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1. CSS3 Generator

With CSS3 Generator you don’t need to be a CSS codes, just input what you want; the generator outputs the respective code with a preview.

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2. CSS3 Pie

My all time favorite. I have been using CSS3 pie in most of my works to render CSS3 decoration on Internet Explorer version 6 to 8. Actually I hate IE.

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3. CSS3 Button Maker

This tool is definitely essential for novice developers to create their own custom CSS3 buttons instead of using the pretty old image concept. With this tool you can change all the values in real time and get the respective code that can be implemented on your blog.

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4. CSS3 Gradients

Probably 30-40% of CSS3 has gradients to give a elegant look to the any element in the web design. Using CSS3 gradients you can easily pick out gradients and get the codes. Pretty simple and essential.

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5. CSS3 Transforms

WOW, the CSS3 transforms just got damn simple with this tool. Its a kind of magical tool to play with CSS3 transforms. Strongly recommended for beginners.

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6. Font Drag

A very cool through which developers can drag the font and check how it renders in browser. The supported font types are truetype (ttf), opentype (otf), scalable vector graphics (svg) or Web Open Font Format (WOFF).

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7. CSS3 Please

Compared to other CSS3 tools, CSS3 please is quite advanced by allowing the users to modify the codes with any values of their own. Based upon the input values the preview changes. If you got the desired output on preview, you can use the code generated by it.

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8. CSS Border Radius Generator

A simple tool to create rounder corner without breaking your little head :)

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9. CSS3 Generator

Want to know CSS3 capabilities in Webkit, then try this tool which give you some ideas to understand it better.

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10. Sizzle

A pure-JavaScript CSS selector engine designed to be easily dropped in to a host library.

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I hope all the tools are essential for novice developers. But always try to use these tools when your really in need. I always recommend you in learning and coding CSS3 by your own.


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