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CSS SANS – Build Fonts Using CSS

CSS SANS is a set of letters from A to Z build using CSS or in other words a font created by CSS3. It is a joint work by Yusuke Sugomori and Masanari Kakamu to give us a glance on the unprecedented history and evolution of web technologies such as CSS and web browsers. When viewed on traditional browsers such as IE5 or IE8 that only supports CSS1 and CSS2 respectively, one can see the imperfection of the rendered letters especially on the CSS1 browsers. Although it is not something you can use on a production website, CSS SANS certainly shows us how far the web has come in the last two decades.

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Sani Halid is a front-end developer at Stampede and is committed to clean and elegant code. Yet another gamer to join the pack, Sani is also the Editor at Constructs where he shares his daily CSS findings and other front-end development goods.

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