WEB standard Web 2.0 CSS?

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  1. babygodzilla

    babygodzilla I love rice

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    the term "Web 2.0" is all the rage today, and i think style has a lot to do with it. many places i visit have a Web 2.0 style that's easily recognizable. i can't really tell what makes it Web 2.0, but i just know that thats what it is. i go to facebook, flickr, even my wordpress admin, they all have a very similar style. how do u guys define this web 2.0 look? so far i can generally say, bigger buttons, that certain font (i have no clue what this font's name is), and a particular shade of yellow.
     
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    a lot of white space with reflection on your buttons/logos and a shitload of content.
     
  3. blackjack

    blackjack OT Supporter

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    "+" and "-" buttons
     
  4. babygodzilla

    babygodzilla I love rice

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    lol ok. any specific fonts?
     
  5. MrBrotato

    MrBrotato New Member

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    If you look like everything else, you are web2.0
     
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    I also like to think of it as alot of clean coding and easy on the eyes... As far as fonts? Umm.. serif fonts are a no no i guess..
     
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    WHITE background

    COLOR on important parts only

    SIMPLE layout

    CROSS PLATFORM compliant... must work on virtually anything
     

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