I've used the above CSS3 properties a lot in the last year and can't see dropping them any time soon.
When I use border-radius I get a CSS3-only property message, which makes sense, but I ignore.
 The "border-radius" property is a CSS3 property but not a CSS1 or CSS2.1 property. Some browsers may not support this property. This message is displayed only once.
But when I use box-shadow I get this cryptic message:
The CSS3 "box-shadow" property was removed in the December 2009 CSS Backgrounds and Borders Module Level 3 Candidate Recommendation and therefore is currently not checked for validity. This message is displayed only once.
I see w3schools has full support for box-shadow, so I'm confused as to what removed from B&B Module really means?
Although I'd prefer to have syntax checking for both, worst-case I would expect the message for box shadow would be similar to border-radius.
Just found this, which sounds like box-shadow was re-included: http://www.css3.info/box-shadow-back-on ... r-updates/