If you are looking to build a website or if you are a web designer, you may have heard the term “Responsive” being used to describe a specific design style when building a website. Responsive websites are sites that are created to work across many different platforms. A responsive design will adjust itself based on the device that is being used to view it.
These days many designers, along with myself, are using the WordPress platform much more regularly. I was introduced to WordPress several years ago and started using the platform for blogging sites or any site needing to edit data on a regular basis.
Here is a CSS Menu that is available for FREE download for use “as is” or feel free to make any changes as you see fit. This is a CSS controlled menu that uses gradients to create the background images that give this crisp look. The CSS Menu has a hover image with an opposite gradient that reveals itself when the viewer rolls over a menu item with his/her mouse. Also each menu item has a vertical separator for sharp definition of its boundaries.
What is a Favicon? Well in short, its the little icon that typically appears in the top left corner of your browser for that particular website. It is sometimes used by some browsers to identify web sites when bookmarked. The actual formal definition of a Favicon is as follows: