CSS3 is one of the greatest advancements the web has made in terms of the ability to create advanced websites that function better and load faster. Rather than have to use images or Flash animation, CSS3 allows you to create a variety of designs, transitions, effects and more, all through just CSS3 (and sometimes a little jQuery) markup.

Learning CSS3 can be a bit tricky, as there are a lot of different selectors and browser-specific implementations, and many tutorials cover the basics without leading to a useful end result.

In this post, I’ve selected some awesome new CSS3 tutorials that both teach you about CSS3, and lead to a valuable end result that is similar to what you’ll probably be creating for your own projects:

Experimental 3D image transitions


Create a CSS3 Dark Navigation Menu Tutorial


Magnifying glass for image zoom using Jquery and CSS3


Sliding image panels with CSS3


Create a CSS3 Top Navigation Bar Tutorial


Portfolio Flipping Slider using jQuery and CSS3


Create CSS3 Toggle Switches Tutorial


Animated Web Banners with CSS3


Orman Clark’s Vertical Navigation Menu: The CSS3 Version


Create Pure CSS3 Progress Bars Tutorial


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