Works great out of the box with CSS3 features like gradients, border-radius, transition, scale, box-shadow, inset, rgba, text-shadow and more.
It degrades gracefully if CSS3 is not supported.
Supports browser prefixes for some features like -ms-transform, -moz-transform and -webkit-transform through Fx.Morph.
Here are some key features of "baseBox":
- Full CSS support – whatever you do, it assigns to the box
- Complete control – plenty of options, events and instance references for any scripting scenario
- Window nesting / grouping
- Auto toggle when called on the same parent element
- Smart closing through delegation
- CSS3 shadows, gradients out of the box
- Degradation to solid colours and image urls as fallback via CSS
- CSS2D transform support – scale for FireFox, WebKit, IE9, Opera(untested?) via standard Fx.morph
- Degradation via a simple fade when not supported