Web design is one of those things that I can easily get addicted to and I’ve been playing with it a lot recently. Just like I used to at the start of my career in the Internet business.
It was many years ago, soon after I started blogging, that Stuart shared a nice technique with me on how an “RSS” image button can be replaced with simple HTML and CSS. This was a more flexible and bandwidth-saving approach than creating an image everytime a change was required.
During recent experiments with CSS and scripting, I realized that there is much more potential in this method than just an orange link on your site. So why not create an online resource for all these experiments and share it with everyone? This is just what I’ve done.
Some of the stuff I’ve come up with:
On top of all this, I was inspired by this image button maker by Adam Kalsey to create one for CSS. The CSS button maker allows you to generate code for the type of button you want, with the parameters you require. I’ll expand it further later on so that the size and other aspects may be also controlled.
I hope anyone with a webpage finds the site useful and interesting. Let me know what you think.