w3c CSS buttons

Now there’s a slick way to show you’ve taken the time to validate your pages without using images. Slim W3C buttons, done entirely with style sheets. They look good in all the browsers I’ve tested so far (except Netscape 4.79 on Linux, but that’s no surprise). (via mark via zeldman)


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  1. Whats the silly download counter at the bottom of the page ? It doesn’t work you know and i know and we all know.
    If you want to tell about somthing great, tell the truth or we will belive all you say is a lie !

    Comment by Surfer on October 13, 2003 @ 12:08 pm
  2. Do You want me to belive i could download 125 pages like this one, in just 1 single second ? HUH ? By a modem overseas ?

    Comment by Surfer again on October 13, 2003 @ 12:17 pm
  3. It’s not a counter, it’s a timer that begins timing at the top of the page and tells you how long it took for the server to generate the page.

    Comment by dan on October 13, 2003 @ 1:19 pm

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