Beginner Web Design Ep. 14 – Making a Sexy CSS Button

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In this episode, we first take a look at gradients and a new color selection method. Then we style up a pretty sleek button using pure CSS3. For more information on gradients, you can read this documentation: www.webkit.org
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14 Responses to “Beginner Web Design Ep. 14 – Making a Sexy CSS Button”

  1. bloblob89 Says:

    What widget are you using to get dummy text?

  2. MyCyberFanatic Says:

    wow cool video does anyone want to learn how to make a css menu with no image at all please visit my channel by the way the menu i show you how to make is a web 2.0 menu. nice video too

  3. KnowYourMac Says:

    @xxxXRecallXxxx Coda.

  4. KnowYourMac Says:

    Cascading Style Sheets.

  5. catchatyou Says:

    One thing that doesn’t appear to be working for me is the padding. My text is still cramped in the button. Any fix to that?

  6. KnowYourMac Says:

    Sorry about Digital Color Meter, it is kind of annoying. If you have a friend running Snow Leopard, you can copy it from their Harddrive!

  7. catchatyou Says:

    What the heck. Apple removed the hex value in Digital Color Meter in Lion. I first found out that they were removing PPC support. Then I found out that Save As is missing. Another feature missing is the little oval button at the top right of windows that would let you eject a disk image after it was mounted (now I have to drag the open dmg to the trash). The Library folder is gone, and now I’ve come to find out that Digital Color Meter removed all but four values. This just upsets me.

  8. br0ad456 Says:

    ok, ill go back to putting it on separate documents. keep the good work up! these tuts are awesome!

  9. KnowYourMac Says:

    Doesn’t really matter, but it’s considered better coding to but your styles in a separate document. It will make it much easier when you have stylesheets with hundreds of lines.

  10. br0ad456 Says:

    iv started putting my styles on the same page as my html. is this a good or bad idea, or does it not make a difference?

  11. br0ad456 Says:

    best tut’s online!

  12. br0ad456 Says:

    HOLY SHIT I WAS JUST OPENING CODA TO DO A BIT OF MESSING AROUND! THEN I SORE THIS! YES!

  13. pacmen4life Says:

    great tip really helpful for people who are going into css3. keep up the awesome work.

  14. popaname Says:

    first, but your the best

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