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CSS Tutorials — Buttons

CSS » Buttons — over 8 years ago
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a stylish drop down menu using only CSS. This tutorial is for intermediate users. You will be able to add drop down menu's to your designs.
CSS » Buttons — over 8 years ago
Every tutorial I've done on navigation bars or menu's has been the normal one level navigation bar, but when you build a website you may feel the need to create sub categories, for example my blog houses various tutorials which are stored in categories, I have a drop down navigation bar on the main link, which is tutorials which then displays sub catergories and then the specific catergory e.g. Tutorials > XHTML > Basics in that example there are three levels. You can create navigation bar level
CSS » Buttons — over 8 years ago
Traditionally, multi-level dropdown menu navigation has been done in JavaScript. These kinds of menus can be very confusing to code, and more confusing to go back and edit later. Do it better and more beautifully with CSS and Dreamweaver CS4.
CSS » Buttons — over 8 years ago
There are plenty of plugins available for Wordpress that quickly and easily add a range of social links to the bottom of your blog posts. These are great if you don’t mind sticking with the original markup and styling that comes with the plugin, but if you’re building your own theme you might want to play close attention to the details and creat your own custom set of bookmarking links. Let’s take a look at how we can write our own XHTML markup into our theme file, add the functionality to
CSS » Buttons — almost 9 years ago
In this tutorial you’re going to learn to create a simple, yet cool menu with overlapping tabs. I’ve kept it simple not because of the lack of time or inspiration, but in order for you to be able to improve on it and modify it in any way you need/want, both code and graphics.
CSS » Buttons — almost 9 years ago
This tutorial teaches you how to make some pretty looking buttons using CSS.
CSS » Buttons — almost 9 years ago
I’ve been doing a big of changes to header of James’ Blog and one of the main changes is the navigation, I’ve used a glassy effect to make them stand out but I’ve also noticed I've posted quite a few tutorials on creating a navigation bar, but in each of them I've used divs. But it's time for change! In this tutorial however, no divs will be used, instead you will be forming a navigation bar using a unordered list. This tutorial will show you how to style and control lists in CSS, as wel
CSS » Buttons — almost 9 years ago
The first time I achieved this effect (about 6 years ago) I felt just like when I found a $20 dollar bill on a jacket I hadn't worn in 1 year. I know it's simple, but for a beginner, it's the beggining of the path to CSS Wonderland. The code will be easily customizable. After you go over this tutorial I suggest you start playing around with the code by changing color, padding, font-size, etc.
CSS » Buttons — about 9 years ago
Learn how to create a simple CSS rollover button with a single image, css, and some xhtml
CSS » Buttons — about 9 years ago
There are many ways to create a navigation bar, you can use a programs like Photoshop and then convert the image into code, but when I see people creating them in Photoshop I think why bother? When you can simply use CSS for the whole creation and code of it. In this tutorial I will show you how to create a very clean navigation bar that will use one line of XHTML and the rest will be CSS.
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