CSS3 Buttons – Add Classes, Make Buttons

CSS3 Buttons – Add Classes, Make Buttons
December 5, 20103 Comments

CSS3 Buttons are a large collection of custom buttons you can use easily in your projects or on your website. Once the top selling item in the CSS category on CodeCanyon, they are now yours completely free of charge.

Create buttons by simply adding different classes to links, submits & button elements.

Highlights

  • 11 different colors
  • 4 different sizes
  • Round and square buttons
  • 9 different button types
  • Multiple Configurations
  • Also includes mini social icons
  • Compatible with newest versions of browsers
  • Tested in Opera 10, Firefox 2+, Chrome 5+, Safari 4+

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Licensing

These buttons are provided completely free of charge. You are not required to have a credit link back to this page (although perfectly welcome to do so). You can use these buttons for all kinds of work, be it personal or commercial and can do so without restriction. The only thing I ask is please do not distribute the buttons yourself, and the buttons are only to be downloaded from this page. The URL to share is: http://www.vagrantradio.com/2010/12/css3-buttons-add-classes-make-buttons.html or use the shortlink http://www.vagrantradio.com/?p=4849A

Saying Thanks

The buttons are as mentioned above, completely free of charge. Web hosting isn't so free though unfortunately. It is on that note that I request you consider saying thank you by way of a small donation if you like the buttons. Your donations help me spend time on personal projects, including making more freebies and are greatly appreciated. So, how about saying thanks?

Author: Jason

Hi, I'm Jason. A front end developer from Grand Rapids, Michigan, and founder of VagrantRadio. I enjoy working with Css, jQuery, Php, learning new techniques in Photoshop and you should follow me on Twitter or Snipplr.

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  • AJ

    I wish I could see a preview…

    • http://www.vagrantradio.com VagrantRadio

      …or you could download the file and open it in your browser?

      • http://www.wpexplorer.com AJ

        …this takes too long. :(

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