We’ve completed all the styling for the article to make it look like a piece of notebook paper. In any up-to-date, non-IE browser, you should see something like . Compare it to Figure first.
The page with all CSS3 applied, shown here in Firefox 3.6.
The preview version of IE 9 doesn’t show the torn paper edge, but otherwise looks like Figure above. IE 8 and earlier are missing most of the graphic effects, but since they show the lined background image and the handwritten font, the overall appearance is still attractive and notebook-paper-like . Also, in this case, all versions of IE up to 8 display almost identically—even 5.5 looks like the screenshot .
IE (version 8 shown here) doesn’t show all the CSS3 graphic effects, but does show the handwritten fonts.
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