Every web project starts from an idea, a design. Most designs are made using design tools like the very popular Photoshop which can transform your ideas into great pieces of art. The ease of converting a PSD file to HTML depends, of course, on how detailed a design is. The old-school schema was to slice the design into images and implement them into the webpage using CSS. Recently, CSS decided to give designers a hand and to implement many design features from Photoshop to the brand new CSS3. Now you can create rounded corners, drop-shadows, and gradients using pure CSS.
This was the good side of the story, but there`s of course a bad side. Many of the CSS3 properties have multiple browser-specific implementations. This means you have to specify for every property you use a lot of lines of code(quite intimidating code) for every browser, in order to render the result.
The solution is without a doubt, the awesome CSS3 generators. They are built to work as a design tool, which will not generate a design, but some pieces of code for your webpages. Next I want to present you some of the best CSS3 gradient generators which will certainly save you a lot of time, and we all know how important time is!
Although all of them do the same thing, generating gradients and more, is your turn to tell us which is the best one and which do you often use. Also, if you know more, don`t hesitate to share them with us!