Rounded corners, border images, box shadows and text shadows, transparency, and custom web fonts—all will soon be be easy breezy with CSS3. Here’s the down and dirty on how to incorporate these features into your next design or theme tweak.

Push Your Web Design Into The Future With CSS3 | CSS | Smashing Magazine.

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I'm Charlie, I'm originally from the UK and my idea with ThemeMeme is to create a directory of only the best free WordPress themes to help people find the right theme for them quicker (and to help authors of quality themes get more exposure).

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  1. I looked at the link to the CSS3 site and I really don’t think it is much easier than before, unless I’m missing something? How was the site done above, is it just one image in the background with the image on top transparent?

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