Some things I just couldn't get - the torn paper and the drop shadow on the stitching. But hey, we're not all perfect.
12 months ago
YOU DID IT!
love it, turned out excellent, Dan!
I know, I know, probably not the best usage of :before and :after with mine, but that's how I like to use 'em. :)
@Dan, is what I've done a legitimate way to use :before and :after?
@Louis Bullock I guess so. Is there a right way? I have no idea.
Not sure, I figured most people used them to place small objects before and after something, like an icon next to a link, or an arrow in a breadcrumb design.
I just use 'em if I want to use less classes, divs etc :)
by Louis Bullock
Just been working on this today :)
Using existing code by @Dan Eden, I've tried to get as close to the original by @Coleman Tharp, minus the tear of paper.
The power of CSS3 is incredible :D
Works best in Chrome and Safari. Sorry Firefox users :)
→ Grab the code! ←
12 months ago
You're the bomb-diggety Dan. Great work.
this is ace
touché, dude. touché
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