The W3C is currently developing CSS 3 and some browsers are beginning to implement some of the new features that will be in the CSS 3 specification. We discuss a few of the upcoming features that will most likely be included in CSS 3.
CSS 3 will allow for more advanced control of borders. In addition to the border-style, border-color, and border-width properties, you will be able to set multiple border colors, use images for borders, add shadows to boxes, and create borders with rounded corners.
Background images will be more versatile in CSS 3, allowing the programmer to set the size of a background image, specify an offset to determine where in the element the image should be positioned, and use multiple background images in one element. There will also be properties to set shadow effects on text and more options for text overflow when the text is too long to fit in its containing element.
Additional features will include resizable boxes, enhanced selectors, multicolumn lay-outs, and more developed speech (aural) styles. The Web Resources section points you to the Deitel CSS Resource Center, where you can find links to the latest information on the development and features of CSS 3.
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