Tempted to release this…
In case you haven't noticed: all of my recent shots are done almost entirely in CSS (this one has two images: the right part of the drop down, and the check mark). This is intended to be used in a web application, for example.
over 2 years ago
@Adrian Not as hot as your mommy XD
Super nice, man.
the lay out of this is spot on, very cool !
This is great. I love it. I still think the knob of the slider should be the same as the circular push button though. It's a bit too fine to click on.
Nice. You could even make the dropdown without any image actually ;)
This is awesome!
Your getting really good at design Raj, keep it up!
Benjamin: I tried, but I couldn't figure it out without pseudo-elements and messy markup. Right now it's just a select tag.
Very neat. I love the matte style of the button.
Released. Read the license.
Very nice work Raj! It looks even more awesome actually in the browser. The only thing it needs is Firefox support, but that's very simple, just a case of porting the webkit specific CSS to moz, which we can do ourselves.
Thanks for sharing, and if/when I use it, I'll be sure to send the link as per the license :)
That's a pretty generous license Raj.
by Mike Stezycki
Using Raj's UIKit as a base, I saw loads of shots of the new Lion UI online, so I thought I'd give it a try in webkit. Used one more image for the noise, to overlay the webkit gradient on the toolbar and button.
about 2 years ago
I used your css for a site I'm building and the controls look awesome, thanks for sharing!
about 2 years ago
I've updated your UIKit so it works in firefox (without any js) fixed some line-height issues, and made sure it works with Safari 5.1 :-)
Also added disabled states, and am considering removing the class names, so it just picks up on the textfield style by type="text" to stylize it.
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