Community Project: Description List Results!


Nice work people! Loads of you have gone away and experimented with styling a straight-forward Description List - take a look at the results..

The Challenge

I asked you all to style this markup..

    <dd>Adobe Photoshop Tutorials from Beginner to Advanced.</dd>
    <dd>Web development Tutorials, from Beginner to Advanced.</dd>
    <dd>In-depth tutorials and articles on web design.</dd>
    <dd>A WordPress Website dedicated to WordPress training, tutorials, and WordPress videos.</dd>

..using whatever magic you could muster with CSS alone. Here are the results!

A Couple of Examples

You're welcome to continue submitting ideas for this, but there'll be another challenge coming soon. In the meantime, check out a few of the submissions which most caught my eye:

Vince's Factory - by Vincent Markesteijn

Just circles - by Niels Voogt

Clean DL - by Sam Markiewicz

Borderlands 2 - by Chris Spittles

Personal Disclaimer

There's a chance I somehow missed your submission, messed up your name, copied the wrong url to your own site, ruined something I haven't even thought about - if that's the case, just shout at me in the comments and I'll see about setting things right. If you didn't include your details in the css file, they ain't there..

Other than that, enjoy everyone's work and leave constructive advice, questions and thoughts in the comments below. Thanks to all who participated - here's to many more Webdesigntuts+ Community Projects!

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