Horizontal Rule = Drop-Shadow

I don’t remember if Ernie covered this one in his Fancy Shadows example but this makes good use of a simple horizontal rule. I haven’t tested it so it may not degrade gracefully.

http://xiiro.com/demo/shadow/index.html

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Very cool.


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No shadow but graduated

http://www.deltadesign.co/fw_examples/CSSstuff/styled-hr.html

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Nice. I’ve always liked that style too.

Thanks,

Todd
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No shadow but graduated

http://www.deltadesign.co/fw_examples/CSSstuff/styled-hr.html


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This has been without doubt, one of my favorite fun things for today. Kudos
to Todd for making a fancy CSS shadow - I may have to sharpen my own :slight_smile:

Of course, I am too lazy to do anything original, so I stole Todd’s code,
hammered on it a little, and produced this -
http://cssway.thebigerns.com/workbench/todd-horiz_rule/index.html

Of course, there is lots of fun hidden in my purely Freeway Pro file - if
you search the code :wink:

Does anyone have an idea how to attach a class or id selector to an



rule in Freeway Pro (without the obvious insertion of the hr as a Markup
item)?? I think all legitimate html items should be available for Extension

  • even hr’s.


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On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 1:36 PM, Todd email@hidden wrote:

I don’t remember if Ernie covered this one in his Fancy Shadows example
but this makes good use of a simple horizontal rule. I haven’t tested it so
it may not degrade gracefully.

http://xiiro.com/demo/shadow/index.html

Todd
http://xiiro.com


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I agree, but in this case Freeway treats the HR as if it was a character of text. I could do a quick Action that would stand in for the HR, and with a bit of luck (never tried this before) might place-hold as one in the design view. (Not sure if that part is possible.)

Walter

On Mar 22, 2013, at 4:27 AM, Ernie Simpson wrote:

Does anyone have an idea how to attach a class or id selector to an



rule in Freeway Pro (without the obvious insertion of the hr as a Markup
item)?? I think all legitimate html items should be available for Extension


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Another challenge would be better styling for the contenteditable area… to
make it as colorful as Todd’s but still as editable. Yay, HTML5!


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More examples from Chris Coyier,

http://css-tricks.com/simple-styles-for-horizontal-rules/
http://css-tricks.com/examples/hrs/

Todd
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For the people who contacted me asking what happened to this example I apologize for its absence HugeDomains.com. I wasn’t aware it was missing.

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