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Motionreactor says
Yep. Sorry if I didn’t make that clear. There will be an official, more in depth, announcement when it launches.

Yep it is clearer now, we thought that’s what you meant but were unsure, thanks.

It’s been asked before, but will this include a CSS3 category? and what about browser extensions like -moz-border-radius?

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JeffreyWay says

I’m perfectly fine with browser extensions for enhancement. :)

I’ll keep everyone posted when the category launches. That way, you’ll have time to upload.

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otematiscom says
Hey guys,

There are bunches of things that could be submitted. Off the top of my head quickly…

  • ...
  • CSS Frameworks (though would need to be excellent)
  • ...

What about Mixins or Meta Framework written in Sass, Less, etc?

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HaziqMir says

Jeff, I got some queries:

1. Can we submit CSS buttons?

2. Can we use JS or Cufon?

3. Can you cite some examples to CSS Sliders or Galleries? :)

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campuscodi says

I think the CSS frameworks segment will be really useful. Count me in for that.

For the rest of the possible content, not that of a real interest. CSS is probably the most easy part of the coding process.

It generally takes a few hours to learn and about a week to master.

I doubt the category will stir up any real interest.

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campuscodi says

If we already have some CSS scripts, should we just submit them to CodeCanyon, or wait on a queue?

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designcise says

@campuscodi .. css is easy when your design at hand is easy to code for .. there are many situations where css may seem very hard (especially when you want to design something challenging with limited functionality at your disposal) .. this is where good css snippets come in handy .. n i’m sure files as such is what we need to cook up ..

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CraigSnedeker says
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!

WOO ! I love CSS !!! I’ll try and submit some stuff

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jeffeatworld says

Would I be right in thinking we can make widgets like this:

http://blog.themeforest.net/tutorials/rotate-product-listings-with-php-and-jquery/

http://www.jeffadams.co.uk/product_listing/

I did this tutorial a while back and now I’m interested if I could do something similar to this?

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