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|27 Sep 2010 (05:36)||Author: Dean M|
Creating a Background Image
The previous blog post was creating glossy text using only CSS.
First of all we should create an image with the two different color versions of the text, and helped by the jQuery we can create a smooth transition between them. To create the image we're going to use Photoshop, so we're creating an empty 650px X 300px document and set #141414 as a hex code for background color.
For the text you can use your favorite font-family, for this example I'll use Century Gothic with a size of 60px and I'll type “jQuery & CSS liquid text effect” two times for the heading text.
|22 Sep 2010 (11:31)||Author: Dean M|
First of all I want to say Hi and Welcome to our Web Design Blog. This is our first blog post and as a introduction a few words about the basics of the web design. So comments are more than welcomed! Let's start!
The elements that are using for web and print design are the same. The big difference between these two type of designs are the different rules that are implementing for each kind of design. Some print designs can not be implemented for web.