Saturday, June 23, 2012

Slight Site Change - New WebKit Scroll Bars

Hello readers, if you have not noticed already, a new scroll bar is being added to the site. No longer will you be seeing your systems default scroll bar, it is now replaced with a custom one, just for this site.


How? Through CSS, of course! I am a web developer.


Currently, I am testing it. If you have feature improvements, please let me know.


Like I said, the scroll bars are for Webkit only, and so far tested for Chrome. I'll work on Gecko scroll bars next, and IE and Opera are at the end of my list.


I do not know if a user's installed extensions that give custom scroll bars will override mine that are set using CSS. If they do, then ah well :).


Feel free to post your own CSS below, I will take it and test it in an offline webpage, and if I like it, I'll add it to the site, and make a post featuring you to give you credit :).

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