Nice article/how-to on utilizing CSS3 transitions to adjust z-index values:
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It’s cool how many effects that were once only available as Photoshop filters are now able to be done in the browser — as long as your users are using modern browsers. This effect, using the latest CSS creates a glossy effect.
I love these how-to’s that dive into a familiar piece from the web and replicate them. This time, it’s the loading animation from Facebook done with cascading style sheets. Sure, the animated GIF Facebook uses works fine, but isn’t it cool to see it done with all CSS3?
Always like to keep an eye on what’s coming out of the W3C, despite the fact that it seems its stuff and the actual implementation by the browsers is often on quite different time tables.