In this fourth part of a seven-part series, I build the header section of a sample blog site. It will use another set of CSS sprites — or, in other words, a different background image — to decorate the sections comprising its navigation bar.
If you think that building engaging navigation bars using CSS sprites is a hard-to-master process that can be tackled only by seasoned web designers with vast experience, then this group of articles will hopefully change your mind.
Welcome to the fourth part of a series on building CSS sprite-based navigation bars. With numerous code samples and complementary images, this series shows you in a step-by-step fashion how to develop a pair of eye-catching links bars that take advantage of the functionality provided by CSS sprites to decorate the different states of their sections.
And now that you’ve been introduced to the main subject of this series, it
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