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Stumbled into an awesome site in beta called CodePen and fell instantly in love. Codepen is like a Dribbble for CSS3 code snippets, which means it’s both beautiful and full of movement.

There are about 35 pages of groundbreaking codepens available now, and I spent a large portion of my afternoon exploring each of them. Below are a few favorites:


Have any other favorite places for innovative CSS3 or HTML5 code snippets? Let me know in the comments.

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