Just had to do a rebound...and of course do it in HTML+CSS3. Do enjoy~
Fake pixels in the @2x looks much better.
EDIT: Almost forgot to say thanks to Artua for the freaky librarian dude... :D
about 1 year ago
Beautiful stuff man and thanks for the code - may look to use something like this in the future and this will be a helpful start!
@Jonathan Atkinson My pleasure, thank you!
Good job @james Fletcher ! You guys gonna force me to learn code :)
@Rovane Durso Haha, thanks. It sure can be useful :D
You're welcome. Great job on this, bro.
@Patrick Rogan Thanks, my man.
I dig this take on @Patrick Rogan's profile! I do like the flat button better though, but that's more personal preference.
@James Fletcher, do you mind if I use something inspired by the coded version for my own website?
@Achal Varma Go for it.
@Achal Varma Not at all! Use all you need :D
@Cole Townsend Not really a take on Patrick's actually...kinda started completely different, then I just decided to stick in a cover photo behind the bio image. Either way, fun stuff. I agree about the button, I usually go more flat, but a subtle gradient seemed to fit better here. And it's fun in CSS3.
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