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Wednesday 18 March 2009

CSS3 Panel Slides from SXSWi

These are the CSS3 panel slides from SXSW Interactive. As the moderator, I apologize to the 40+ people who could not get into the room. It was a really informative and fun panel, so we’ve made these slides available to the public at large to extend that information.

Please enjoy and be sure to try things out in a variety of browsers. Feel free to share your comments and thoughts here.

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Posted by:   Molly | 14:25 | Comments (15)

Comments (15)

  1. Thanks Molly,
    This will be a good resource for me. Got to keep of with trends and step up my CSS3 game.

  2. Thanks Molly for us that can’t be there. I tried David’s presentation in FF2 and most examples looked kind of funny 🙂 I also tried IE6 and the xhtml files only wanted to be downloaded, hehe. I’m behind a firewall on a large corp so I can’t upgrade.

  3. I didn’t know about word-wrap: break-word;

    How nerdy is it that I’m ultra excited for it when it hasn’t ever really been an issue so far?

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  5. I didn’t know about word-wrap: break-word;

    How nerdy is it that I’m ultra excited for it when it hasn’t ever really been an issue so far?

  6. Molly,

    thanks for those – will be great to have a look 🙂

  7. thank you ver much molly, very nice

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  9. Molly, thanks for this… I saw these slides at the panel in Austin, and enjoyed it very much.

    One question — what version of Opera needs to be run to see the latest CSS implementations? I’m in Opera/10.00 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X; U; Edition Turbo; en) Presto/2.2.0, and much of the fun stuff I saw “Howcome” demo aren’t showing right (@font-face, transitions).

    Thanks again, Molly!

    • I’m also having trouble replicating the slides from Hakon. I really enjoyed the presentation, but my copy of Opera (Win XP, 10 alpha, build 1345) is having trouble with lots of things. Any ideas? Thanks.

  10. Thank you Molly.
    It was an awesome panel to attend.

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  13. Hi Molly – great to meet you at SXSW.

    Regarding the slides – has anyone brought up as to why Håkon’s slides are missing the last CSS3 demos (not the transitions – the SVG filters)?

    When I saw them they seemed like the most exciting part of the demos, being able to run a source through a Gaussian blur or saturate the colour – very interesting indeed.

    Perhaps you could prod him to add the slides back in, even if we can’t see them working yet, at least we’ll see the syntax being used.

    Cheers!

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