Corey's scrolling site of green

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This is a basic study in green, in HTML5. I've decided to use a collection of section elements housed within an article, but I could have used a generic container (i.e. a div). As long as the outer container (in this case article) holds the background image and is fixed, then you can get a scrollable background!

Tab styling

It's all rounded corners, and an inset box-shadow to create a three-dimensional effect. It perhaps is not as good as a drawing - but it's quicker.


You could use this for a kiosk or information terminal; and bearing in mind that you don't only have to scroll horizontally, a very creative person could create an accessible web-comic where the reader was guided to each frame, with the art rendered in SVG, or text with :content generated images.