CSS3 Ads Versus Flash Ads

Recently, Arne Bech wrote on the Sencha Blog about how he recreated three popular Flash banner ads using plain HTML and CSS3 Animations. This working draft of Arne's CSS3 ads works in newer WebKit browsers (Safari 4, Chrome 5, Mobile Safari) and degrades gracefully in Firefox and IE7+, displaying only the last frame of the animation.

Without inspecting the webpage, see if you can tell the CSS3 ad from the Flash ad and then click the link to reveal the answer. You might be surprised! (Jump back to the original article, CSS3 Ads Versus Flash Ads, on the Sencha Blog.)

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