Another improvement to CSS proposed by Adobe is called Exclusions, which lets developers flow text into a non-rectangluar shape, or to wrap it around graphics on the screen, much like what’s been possible in desktop publishing for decades. Check out the video below for examples of these new standards at work.
A ticking clock animated using HTML5 and jQuery
Space CaCSS – Animated CSS3 background patterns. Let’s get trippy. How does it work? The basic technique is to use a CSS3 repeating-radial-gradient as a background and animate it by changing its background-size. That’s all what’s needed in the second example. Pretty hypnotic. If you want more variations you can use a second gradient with a different background-size. Or add a second animation for the background-position with a different timing. That makes it possible to create a somewhat random looking motion like in the last example (orange).
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An HTML5 browser-based typing game.
That famous Arcade Fire video that all your friends emailed you about.
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