CSS Bookshelf – now on github

My CSS bookshelf is now available on github as an easy download if you want one yourself. Given that the code is now 2 years old it’s showing its age somewhat, so I’ll give it a spruce up over the next few weeks. Things like:

  • Removing the jQuery dependency (as I know a lot more JS now)
  • Using a CSS pre-processor on the stylesheet
  • Adding CSS gradients for the spines of the books, because there’s no need for images for most of them

Take a look at the project and let me know what you think in the comments

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Steve Workman

Steve Workman is the Head of Web Engineering at Yell. He is also an organiser for London Web Standards is an occasional public speaker, talking about web performance and web standards

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