Inspired by Microsoft's Metro Design Language, I was in need of a metro-styled CSS3 button library. I wanted to make similar metro-looking buttons used by Microsoft (extensively used in their Microsoft Windows Azure website) So I've built a very small, simple and clean CSS3 library to deal with my problem.
My goal is to help developers out there shave off some wasted time building that metro-like stylesheet by providing them a library, a starter kit, a base on which they can build upon.
jQuery. That's all.
Demo and Documentation
http://ace-subido.github.com/css3-microsoft-metro-buttons has a live demo and the library documentation.
LESS makes us write CSS much more like functional programming and it trains us to solve problems that way. I use wearekiss's SIMPLESS. To know more about LESS visit http://www.lesscss.org. To access the LESS files, download the "less-branch" branch.
Got a bug to report or a feature request?
https://github.com/ace-subido/css3-microsoft-metro-buttons/issues is the perfect place for that.
My name is Ace Subido, I'm a .NET developer from the Philippines.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. (I love this license! The license summary doesn't have any paragraphs in all-caps that seems like the license is angry at you)