[NetBehaviour] THE CSSNAKETRIX
dave.miller.uk at gmail.com
Mon Sep 29 09:14:24 CEST 2008
Would there be problems printing so many css layers?
Maybe you can add a button for the user to export a screen to pdf or image?
2008/9/29 james jwm-art net <james at jwm-art.net>:
> Hi Dave,
> Thanks for the comments, glad you like the piece. Some of the examples
> it has produced suggest Christmas card designs, or maybe posters. So
> during development of it, a CSS rule was added to the stylesheet to
> prevent the grey information box being sent to print.
> On 28/9/2008, "dave miller" <dave.miller.uk at gmail.com> wrote:
>>I think this is a great work - I really enjoyed playing around with
>>the controls- I got the hang of playing around with it quickly - it's
>>very intuitive. The pictures generated have a lovely aesthetic to
>>them. I find there's always an excitement with net art when the output
>>is really interesting, then I find myself wondering how it could exist
>>outside of the screen. I suppose it doesn't need to, that's the point,
>>and it wouldn't make any sense anyway outside of the screen.
>>anyway, really like it
>>2008/9/28 james jwm-art net <james at jwm-art.net>:
>>> THE CSSNAKETRIX
>>> A new online semi-net-art-but-not-really-but-could-be-up-to-you
>>> (it has user interaction and a gallery woooooo)
>>> /*it's 1130 now been coding since 1430 yesterday to finish this*/
>>> THE CSSNAKETRIX is a new work created by me, not entirely
>>> original. It's a text-focused work abusing CSS and layering
>>> oodles and oodles of text in different colours and positions
>>> into your web browser.
>>> To begin with it has 8 examples, but you can modify these
>>> and tamper with them and then save them to THE CSSNAKETRIX
>>> GALLERY - but hurry, save spaces are limited to a hundred ;-)
>>> ThE arRANGEment of tha C0d3 i5 m.y::own, i think,
>>> atleast - I cut my own wood for it.
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