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JeffreyWay
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Hey guys -

I’m in the process of preparing a new CSS top-level category on CodeCanyon. It’s my hope that this will specifically appeal to you guys, and will encourage some cross-marketplace selling. :)

As I’m sure you can imagine, CSS is a tricky category when there are so many neat snippets available around the web, That’s why we want really awesome submissions!

When thinking about what to submit, ask yourself what you’re most intrigued by. Any specific tutorial that always catches your eye? Something navigation related? Tabs? Forms?

Then, when you have your idea, remember to offer bunches of options. For example, with a menu pack, consider offering 5-10 different color options.

I’m hoping to launch in two weeks (if I can steamroll it). Can I rely on some of you having submissions prepared for day one? Remember that I always feature our seed content on Nettuts!

Plus – this will be a great way to direct more traffic to your ThemeForest offerings!

Thanks, guys!

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JoeHana
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sounds exiting :-D

what about Typography Files, with Icons and stuff like that…or Buttonsets based on CSS .

I would submit something like that soon, so count me in ;-)

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luckykind
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+1 like the idea…

question: you want these as 100% pure HTML /CSS submissions—no scripting added in to make things fancy pants like… correct?

what about PHP ?

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Weborithm
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question: you want these as 100% pure HTML /CSS submissions—no scripting added in to make things fancy pants like… correct?

yeah, what he said.

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mothore
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For sure. Any CSS themed files including all the new CSS3 properties would certainly be nice.

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Jar
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I’m also a little lost as to what you are wanting to put in that new section exactly…

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PixelBin
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I’m also a little lost as to what you are wanting to put in that new section exactly…

Agreed. There is only so much you can do with CSS without turning to Javascript to spice things up… but then again, that’s what the entire Javascript section of the CodeCanyon marketplace is…

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WouterToering
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Are CSS3 tags allowed?

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designcise
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@jeffrey .. i’m in the process of almost finishing up a css file, need a little more work on it, which i hope to do after i complete the current project i’m working on .. so hopefully will have it ready for the category launch :D

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Motionreactor
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Personally I think the confusion about what this category actually is should be a warning flag to you. If you can’t define it more clearly, I’m not sure I buy into the idea… as I don’t understand what the actual product of this could be?

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