Achieve cross-browser functionality with HTML5 and CSS3

IBM Developerworks, Published on Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

HTML5 and CSS3 have many great new features, like the ability to store data offline and create round corners without graphics. However, not all of these new features work across browsers. Learn specific HTML5 and CSS3 techniques that work on all of the latest versions of the major browsers, including Safari, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome.

The latest incarnations of HTML and CSS offer many new features. For example, HTML5 includes new elements that make web pages more semantic; you can now store data offline, create editable content areas, use drag-and-drop functionality, and much more. With CSS3, you can create round corners without graphics as well as add shadows and gradients. Although many exciting new features are becoming available, not all of the changes work across browsers. This article provides specific HTML5 and CSS3 techniques that you can use right now on all of the latest versions of the major browsers, including Apple Safari, Windows® Internet Explorer®, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome.

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