tumblr - Quiet Moments

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Background image: 2. love by ~skim-milk

tumblr - Skelanimals Update
Updated style to include Skelanimals Custom Selector which was supposed to be included in the original release. My apologies.
I would also like to apologize for not coercing you into liking / reblogging / following in order to acquire this style. I’ll have to work on that…

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tumblr - Skelanimals
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Inspired by a style request created for In Shadows Growing Wings 13

Skelanimals Icon bar created from wallpaper by konotashi
Background wallpaper by xmetalcoryx

tumblr - Vintage Floral Wallpaper
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tumblr - That which we call a Rose
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tumblr - Rosa Maxima - Rose Floral

A deeper appreciation of things is often acquired by taking the time to stop and smell the roses (and by comparing features untouched by other dashboard styles).
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Testing for a new dashboard theme I am about to publish (top). Screenshots created by switching one background url. Nice!

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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!