Posts Tagged "Web Design"

Sliding Text Buttons 0

Sliding Text Buttons

Posted by on Dec 13, 2016

Just a fun little example of a unique, yet tasteful, animation applied to buttons.  This one uses CSS only, no JavaScript and no jQuery of any kind.  To me though, the impressive part is the “unique,...

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Don’t be Alarmed 0

Don’t be Alarmed

Posted by on Nov 26, 2016

404 pages can be fun! A “404” page is a page that displays error 404 in a web browser.  Error 404 is triggered when the user requests a page that doesn’t exist.  Typically they are a short...

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Animated Color Boxes 0

Animated Color Boxes

Posted by on Nov 10, 2016

This is an experiment for some UI elements.  Personally I don’t like the colors chosen for this little experiment but I think the effect is nice and that’s what the experiment was all about. This...

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Corners! 0

Corners!

Posted by on Nov 14, 2015

CSS boxes abound on the internet, but only one of the that has an image in the corners actually works. This one

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Support Center Revamped 0

Support Center Revamped

Posted by on May 27, 2015

I’ve just finished revamping my Client Support Center, including it’s support ticket system.   The Client Support Center includes an ever growing collection of how to articles, FAQ’s and...

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Latest Work – E-Commerce Example 0

Latest Work – E-Commerce Example

Posted by on May 1, 2013

We often mix technologies together to make something special.  You asked for some websites just to show off what some specific technologies look like when combined, you got it.  Frequently we add e-commerce...

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Photo Gallery Website Redesign 0

Photo Gallery Website Redesign

Posted by on Dec 14, 2011

Florida Photo Gallery gets a long needed makeover. by Texx Smith The oldest of my websites that is still live is Florida Photo Gallery.  Photography has long been a passion of mine and this website used to be...

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New Proofing System Launched 0

New Proofing System Launched

Posted by on Aug 8, 2010

We’re proud to launch our in house made client info and proofing system. Behind a password protected front end we’ve created a custom section for each client with client news just for them, a...

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Large First Letter with CSS

Posted by on May 25, 2009

I was working on a project at home today and wanted to set the first letter of the FAQ paragraphs (The “Q” and the “A”) be larger than the rest of the letters. I knew I use CSS to do...

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