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    Hi friends i am new to css, i want to know what is the diff in css1 n css3...i am doing coding in css 1 only.. So want to learn more about css 3... Secondly i also having little prob in making the look of the page in diff browsers... So is there any link where i can find the differences in css coding for diff browsers....? Thanks in advance....

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    Hi there gurmeet,

    here you go...
    1. CSS 1
    2. CSS 2
    3. CSS 3 draft

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    Check out this site: http://www.css3.info/

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    Generally, for current work, use CSS 2. There will be some minor differences between browsers. For the most part these can be minimized by using the right approach (for example, sometimes using margin rather than padding or visa versa is better). Even using the most universal/appropriate property value pair for a given css effect will not always work cross browser. But if you really have the correct one, usually the only odd birds will be the various recent versions of IE (6, 7, 8RC1). These can best be tweaked when necessary using IE's proprietary conditional comments to supply supplementary stylesheets for those browser(s).
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