CSS3 goes hand-in-hand with HTML to help create websites. Specifically, CSS3 creates and formats content across your website. It handles everything from tables to text to background images.
Its goal is simple: make the page look good and easy to use for any visitor.
CSS3 can be used across all platforms and devices. Whether you’re looking at building something for mobile phones, desktop users, or both, CSS3 is capable of handling the load.
In the past CSS wasn’t compatible with all browsers but CSS3 is supported by all major browsers such as Google Chrome, Safari, Opera, Firefox, and more.
CSS3 added new color formats to help websites stand out. Formats like HSL, RGBA, and more give designers and developers more colors to experiment with.
Since CSS3 is an independent language, it loads quickly on the back-end. This not only helps your page experience but can improve your search engine rankings.