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    Turning an image into HTML, CSS3

    Could somebody show me what kind of HTML structure you'd use for this?

    Also, styling. I want use proper naming conventions and organize my HTML. I don't think I'm doing a good job there.

    I think it's pretty bad. Anyone have any advice or tips?
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    Last edited by caletheo; Jul 27th, 2014 at 08:48 PM.

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    If you supply the actual code we might can give you pointers to organize it better. But as far as how it looks, I think you are spot on.

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    That's just an image you created and you're trying to convert it to code right?

    Could you give a little more info. about where you are writing the code? Is it a hand coded website (notepad, textedit, dreamweaver)? or CMS (wordpress, joomla, drupal)?

    Giving us more info. will help provide a quicker and easier solution.

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    It looks like you've used Avant Garde as the typeface, and I believe you'll have to pay to be able to use that on the web. If that's OK, you can get a monthly subscription to fonts.com and use the webfont version of Avant Garde from there. If it's not OK, you might find another comparable light geometric typeface for free from Google web fonts.

    If you're having trouble styling the default drowdown/select inputs, something like this might help:Pure CSS Custom UI Elements Part 1 ? Customizing Default Form Elements - blog.credera.com

    Aside from that, as mentioned by DerrickE, it would be a good idea to post the code you have so far so we can give you more specific pointers.
    Last edited by Mikasa Ackerman; Aug 08th, 2014 at 12:38 PM.


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