I apologize for any previous posts listing erroneous width dimensions. This should be the correct width for gif animation posts.

500kb upload limit per gif. Allow for kilobyte reporting variance for size.
EDIT: GIF animations up to 1MB are now supported.

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Welcome to my CSS Toy Box

This is where I test CSS toys. You are currently looking at a variant of Steven Bradley's 3 Column CSS Layout.

This Simple Auto-Playing Slideshow might move a bit fast, but each slide either contains a link or actually is a link. There is a wee bit of jquery in use for the slideshow to function.

The Title is a good example of a CSS Toy. Blurred text changing to 3D Text with a CSS timed transition.

Initially all I wanted was to create Post Drop-Shadows without using images. This rapidly grew into something else.

I've seen a lot of fancy tricks for links, but most of them required javascript or some variant. I wanted a pure CSS Slider menu, hopefully one that allowed images.

Please take a look around. There are lots of little things I have toyed with, from the rounded inner corners of the avatar frame to the linear gradient background with a semi-opaque "noise" filter overlay.

I'm trying to utilize what I have learned, not just post links to what you might be able to do with CSS. Enjoy!