Get Source View Demo Out with the old, in with the new. We’re in a day and age where we need to simplify our stylesheets and lighten our page loads to be efficient across all devices on all connections. There’s a balance between simplicity and beauty though. We of course want to be functional and progressive, but also want to be aesthetically pleasing. There was once a time when graded images with shadows, hover states, and active states were used as buttons. It added some user-friendliness to our forms and whatnot. Nowadays, with CSS3 in the fold and a more compact, minimal style taking precedence, we can achieve stylish CSS buttons. The reason for switching to pure CSS is twofold – It’s a lighter …

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How to Create Stylish CSS Buttons


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