Here are a few CSS3 Generators that you should definitely take a look at. I say this because in my opinion they cover the most ground when it comes to ease of use all in one place and browser support. These CSS3 Generators are great for border-radius, box-shadow, background gradient and opacity.
- CSS3 PIE: CSS3 Decorations for IE (Supports IE 6-8 and all modern browsers)
- CSS3 Generator by Eric Hoffman & Peter Funk (Supports all modern browsers with minimal IE support)
There are a ton out there for all sorts of variables, but these hit the mark quickly when it comes to the more common effects you would like achieve on your website.
The CSS3 PIE is especially great, for it’s quick easy set up and ability to satisfy IE 6-8. However, I’ve been advised that it can be quite the performance hog in IE. I researched it a little and came across this posting that gets into the details. Does anyone know if there is a way to improve performance using CSS3 PIE’s HTC in IE?
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