This is a special kind of menu that is made up of an image sprite in which each individual menu element has its own image, its own background hover color and current style. We show you how to create this menu style using our BYOB Thesis Nav Menu plugin and custom code. To view the menu style we used as inspiration visit the CSS-Tricks website (http://css-tricks.com/.)
In this session, we talk about how to use a Sprite as a background image for a link on a page and discuss some different methods to achieve the goal. We review the code that a member has created for this purpose. Well, my question has to do with… in the past, I’ve been able
Learn how to add an image sprite for your social networking links. We also show how to use unordered lists and CSS to create some basic styling.
In this session we address a member’s question about how to create a Thesis navigation menu that uses image sprites. We talk about how CSS image sprites are used, show what they look like on a website and how they can be used to create a nice navigation menu layout. Rick: Okay so the next
This is part 5 of 6 in a series on Creating a Full Width Header Using BYOB Thesis Plugins. In this session we show how to add an image sprite to the navigation menu using a set of images created in Photoshop. These images represent the current state, hover state, and link states in the