eCSStender "the jQuery of CSS" -Webcast

Web developers have long used jQuery to add new functionality to browser and mask cross-browser incompatibilities. Now, eCSStender does the same for CSS, allowing you to mask cross-browser incompatibilities in CSS and prototype new CSS properties. Aaron Gustafson, explains how eCSStender works and how you can build your own plugins. Check out the funky physics […]

Web developers have long used jQuery to add new functionality to browser and mask cross-browser incompatibilities. Now, eCSStender does the same for CSS, allowing you to mask cross-browser incompatibilities in CSS and prototype new CSS properties. Aaron Gustafson, explains how eCSStender works and how you can build your own plugins. Check out the funky physics demo, and a demo showing how you can use standard W3C CSS properties without vendor prefixes on Safari and other browsers:

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