Giving a little back... (free buttons)

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Hi all

I know a lot of the marketers here use off the shelf solutions and experiment with their own designs. I just launched my blog and wanted to give away some CSS push buttons I've had kicking around for some time. No opt-in, check them out: First post, and a freebie! | Matt Saunders
#back #buttons #free #giving
  • Profile picture of the author KyleGolemMedia
    Awesome! Thanks for these...css buttons can require a lot of work if you want them to be interactive/attractive. Saving time is our goal as internet marketers & designer so these are great.

    You get a thanks from me!

    Kyle Golembiewski
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  • Profile picture of the author Hentie
    Yes this is very helpfull! Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author jasonharris
    cool, this is awesome!! thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Simple2Web
    Wow, thank you. It is like Christmas in July!
    I will check it out and think CSS is simply magic!

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    • Profile picture of the author yuccarichard
      very nice share, thanks! been using css buttons quite a lot...usually just lacking that "when pressed" state...

      although, I recommend also adding {background:#colour;} in the button colouring definitions for older browsers(IE's), makes it usable, not prettier though. Otherwise you'll see white button with white font and coloured border, nothing else.

      in any case, thanks again for sharing this
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