Explain the Difference Between CSS3 and CSS2 support

Explain the Difference Between CSS3 and CSS2 support
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Manikandan ThiagarajanSenior consultantAsked:
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Steve BinkCommented:
I'm really not sure of your question.  CSS2 is one version of the CSS spec.  CSS3 is another.  For the most part, CSS3 is a superset of CSS2's functionality.

For more information, you might want to read the specifications.  The CSS2 specification is at  http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/.  The CSS3 specification is in several parts.  Look through http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/current-work for what applies to your curiosities.
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Ray PaseurCommented:
Most of CSS3 is about easy automation of browser animations, changing things in the DOM more easily, etc.

Sitepoint has a number of good online references that illustrate CSS3.  See this for an example.
http://reference.sitepoint.com/css/css3psuedoclasses

This search will turn up many more from SitePoint.  I really like their work online as well as their books.
http://lmgtfy.com?q=sitepoint+css3

HTH, ~Ray
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