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  • Horizontal Nav Bar from PSD file to CSS

    I'm designing a web site layout that has unique buttons/text (converted to images) for the navigation menu. I want to implement the unique button in my html/CSS. So, far I've created the web site design in Photoshop and sliced the whole layout including each button and its roller state.

    My problem is that I'm not sure how to translate it into CSS. I know I could make things easier and use a default text for the buttons and code my CSS with the button image. It's just that this has been bugging me for quite awhile and I've been doing extensive research and haven't found a solution which lead me to joining a forum.

    Also, is it too much trouble for browsers to translate?

    I hope someone can help! Thanks!

  • #2
    If your comfortable with writing your own HTML and CSS using a Sprite is the best option.


    • #3
      I've seen this before. I just didn't give much attention to it before. Now, it's completely relevant to my problem. Good stuff! Thanks!


      • #4
        tZ read my mind. Image sprite with the ul/li combo set to display line.
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