Saturday, March 19, 2011 3:21:38 PM
CSS3 gradients behave very similar as background images. That means you can't use CSS3 Transitions directly to create some "gradient animation". However, you can use CSS3 gradients together with background-color property. This is very important because when you apply CSS3 Transition on background-color and make some part of gradient transparent (so the background color (and the change of bg color) is visible) you get the "gradient animation"
Here is an example:http://files.myopera.com/BS-Harou/files/gradient%20transitions.html
Sunday, October 17, 2010 12:10:11 PM
In my last post I showed you first public screenshot of CSS3 Multi-Column layout which is coming very soon to Opera. But it looks like there is more of CSS3 that Opera developers want to give us. Tomorrow dstorey wrote this on the twitter:"... Opera will support CSS3 Gradients (to current spec) soon ..."
So it looks like that there will be shortly some snapshot with a lots of CSS3 updates. And there is possibility that there be much more than those two! What else do you think we can get? What is on your list of top CSS3 wishes?
Wednesday, October 13, 2010 5:13:41 PM
There is a video from "Fronteers 2010"
conference where Håkon Wium Lie (one of fathers of CSS and employee of Opera) is talking about CSS3 and future of the web. The whole video is really interesting, but there is one really awesome thing. The first public screenshot of Multi-Column layout in Opera. This means that we might get it in Opera in really near future.
The video is here: http://vimeo.com/15775937
And the screenshot is at 20:00
UPDATE (2011-03-19): Opera 11.10 beta supports CSS3 multicolumn-layout. If you are interested, there is some info. about multicol. layout css properties:http://www.opera.com/docs/specs/presto28/css/multicolumnlayout/
You can also read the article on dev.opera.com:http://dev.opera.com/articles/view/css3-multi-column-layout/