CSS3 reference guide


I am looking for a reference site for the CSS3 syntax. Please don't post the w3c specs. I need a overview of what is working on what browser and especially how do i use the short forms.

For example i have trouble to find a complete syntax for the short form -webkit-animation. Is there something beside the W3C specification with a good overview?

edit what i need is basically an iterative cheat-sheet

edit this but crossbrowser would be perfect.

Problem courtesy of: meo


How is this:


Best I have come across so far...

EDIT: This is the best resource for syntax I know of:


Solution courtesy of: Myles Gray


The Mozilla Developer Center has a very good reference manual for CSS (and many other things btw.). Their reference includes the CSS standard and the extensions made by Mozilla for Gecko (i.e. -moz- extensions).

The CSS reference itself is browser-agnostic up-to-date (includes CSS3 properties), and each property has a multi-browsers compatibility table on it.

For browser compatibility, of course there are Quirksmode's tables which are regulary updated.

Discussion courtesy of: poke

You can find a good CSS3 tutorial here

And I think you will find your answer in this part (-webkit-animation)http://www.w3schools.com/css3/css3_animations.asp

Discussion courtesy of: Tom-pouce

Although css3.info doesn't display full list of syntax on one page but you can find the correct syntax with the browser vendor on the new properties

Discussion courtesy of: Ahmad Alfy

Is this what you want? CSS3 cheat sheet: http://media.smashingmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/images/css3-cheat-sheet/css3-cheat-sheet.pdf

HTML5 & Css3 is on the way, so I think it's early to tell about which is working on which browser.

Some other resources about HTML5 & CSS3:

http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2009/07/13/css-3-cheat-sheet-pdf/ http://www.webresourcesdepot.com/html-5-and-css3-cheat-sheets-collection/

Discussion courtesy of: Hoàng Long

Well, CSS3.info offers a page that links to a downloadable reference guide (in .pdf format), which seems to list pretty much everything I could think of.

Discussion courtesy of: David Thomas

This recipe can be found in it's original form on Stack Over Flow.