This is an introduction to CSS Buttons. They've proven to be the most convenient method of quickly accessing websites. One major drawback is their tacky appearance. NOTICE: this early version of CSS Buttons is only compatible with Mozilla Firefox Browser.
The CSS Buttons series is somewhat obsolete. It's since been replaced with the HTML Tutorial (Voy/234999). These buttons are only compatible with Mozilla Firefox. I've since resolved the issue elsewhere.
Obsolete Projects This page shows many earlier efforts. -Attempts to create a page using ICONS. (it's a failure, since Vector images are necessary). -other simple pages. Too simple. Essentially; these problems were eventually solved by using framing techniques.
When creating a 'transferable website', we'll begin using HTML (or CSS) instead of Images or photos. SO, these following markers produce their own nice, simple graphics... ....even though Icons are not being used. Here's the advantage: You can now create a website which is completely self reliant. and, if your existing account gets suspended; the same HTML Code may be easily transferred to another host.
This shows just how insane Selection Boxes can be. I can first 'frame out' a row of 2 or 3 aside. Then, stack them one by one. And, before you know it: .....there's 10 Selection Boxes on the screen. Perhaps alittle too extravagant, though !!!!!
Here, we're specifically trying to create rows of 3 Selection Boxes. (note: at the time, I didn't place enough emphasis on Dialogue Boxes). Eventually, on the Voy/234999 Tutorial, this trend was reversed.