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Re: CSS logo proposal

From: Gordon Blackstock <gordon@quartz.gly.fsu.edu>
Date: Wed, 4 Dec 1996 18:47:32 -0500
Message-Id: <199612042346.XAA04444@quartz.gly.fsu.edu>
To: "David Perrell" <davidp@earthlink.net>, <www-style@w3.org>

Good one, David! I bet we could drum up some extra funding for CSS research
by selling some add space within the large logo, i.e., a neon-colored,
flashing, "eat at joe's" sign.<g>

My feelings won't be hurt no matter what happens. I think it's more
important to have contributed something to the pool of ideas. Regardless of
the basic design that's picked, I do think that the emphasis should be on
text. I also realize that the basic problem with a CSS generated logo is
that most browsers just can't handle it, and that there isn't any practical
way to prevent CSS-challenged browsers from displaying a great CSS design
as gibberish. 

The idea of cycling some of the designs just might work. Say, with 3 100x40
buttons put together like a prism, then rotated with a GIF animation. Lot's
of work, but it might tend to get the attention that's sought.

just some thoughts,
Received on Wednesday, 4 December 1996 18:48:02 UTC

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