Downfall.Falling.Landing in the tenderness. Waiting.Swaying… just a bit. Descending. Slowly and softly, ever so gently. Soaking.More and more.Sinking.Smoothly. Only one. Following.A second, drowning decline.Landing.*ting*It's done.
CSS Tricks: Background ImagesToday's CSS Trick will be about using background images in Journal Skins.There are three types of images that are mostly used in journals skins: big background images, seamlessly repeatable patterns and icon/logo-like images.Images can be used for all elements of a journal: in the header, footer, behind text, next to text etc.. Any journal element has the ability to contain an imageI cannot stress enough that the main objective of a journal is making written content enjoyable to read. It is all about readability and making it as easy for the reader as possible. Very often I come across pretty journal skins, that have a complete lack of readability. In one of my previous CSS Tricks I already mentioned the dangers of text lengths and how to limit the .text width to improve readability.Problems with using images:Despite being big an images turns out to be too small for a journalAn image does not repeat seamlesslyText becomes non-re
[looks a lot brighter on dA, than in Illustrator dammit ]