Horizontal Navigation Bar Using CSS Sprites

A simple way to create a navigation bar for your website is by using unordered list. Using CSS it…

A simple way to create a navigation bar for your website is by using unordered list. Using CSS it is pretty easy to add some nice effects to your lists to make them less boring and more user friendly. However using a few other CSS tricks, and some out of the box thinking, you can really set your navigation apart from the rest. In my last tutorial I created a Vista inspired navigation bar in photoshop. In this tutorial I will show you how to code the end result of that image into a slick looking horizontal navigation bar using CSS Sprites and HTML.

My Own Worst Enemy

So, I really want to use my newly formed blog as a place not only to ramble on senselessly about…

So, I really want to use my newly formed blog as a place not only to ramble on senselessly about things but I also want to use it as a place to showcase some of the things that I am learning about web design and digital media as a whole. That being said I think it is only right to design and create my overall theme myself. There is only one problem that I am finding in that…turns out I don’t really like most of the design ideas that I come up with. Up to this point, anything that I have done for other people always seems to make them happy, which makes me happy. However, now that am the one trying to figure how I want things to look AND figure out how to make it possible, I am having a much harder time of it.