The web keeps on evolving, and designers have to keep up. If some CSS3 functions elude you, CSS Generator is a quick way to discover how to achieve certain functions. Just select what you want to accomplish from the pull-down menu and you’ll be presented with options related to it. Fill in the form and CSS3 Generator will output code for you, perfect for use in your latest project.
A single drop-down menu gives you access to border radius, box shadow, text shadow, RGBA, @FontFace, multiple columns, box resize, box sizing, outline and selectors. Select any of these functions and you’ll be presented with a few options; fill those in and you’ll have your code. You’ll also see a preview of the function you’re experimenting with, so if you’re not sure what these functions do you can find out quickly and easily. Simple, right?
Sure, you could use this to help build a style sheet by copying and pasting the elements you create. But perhaps the best way to use this is as a reference for learning how to code CSS3 on your own. After all, the more you know the more you can accomplish.
- Generate code for specific functions in CSS3.
- Supports border radius, box shadow, text shadow, RGBA, @FontFace, multiple columns, box resize, box sizing, outline and selectors.
- Copy and paste content to your project, or just experiment to learn.
- Completely web-based.
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