Holy Corners, Batman

For the love of all things holy, some designs go crazy wild when it comes to tons o' angled corners for that high tech feel. And it can be done without tables :): EliteDetox.com.

And, of course, it validates XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS 2.0.

Zero tables, all <div>'s. Whew!

Posted by Daniel Short on Jul 23, 2003 at 12:00 AM | Categories: (X)HTML - CSS -



Danilo wrote on 07/23/03 10:35 AM

Maybe you can do away with the corner images as well. Take a look at this page: http://www.infimum.dk/HTML/slantinfo.html.
Daniel Short

Daniel Short wrote on 07/23/03 10:35 AM

Potentially, except that the slants on those pages are facing a different direction than the slants I need, and they're solid, not thin lines. Nifty technique though :)

Jeff wrote on 07/23/03 3:04 PM

is this site one you've worked on? gotta love the products... "Urine Luck Additive" ;-) presumably this is close the the legal lines for things to help you pass drug tests when you have in fact been taking things you shouldn't have... naughty, naughty...
Daniel Short

Daniel Short wrote on 07/23/03 3:04 PM

Yeah, I did all of the CSS work on the site, but I had nothing to do with the graphics end of it. I prefer to take a flat tif file and dice it up over creating the graphics myself :). Whether it's on the legal limits or not I don't know :)