CSS arrow, please!

Ever wanted to use a fancy CSS arrow when designing for the web? Yes? I bet you can’t remember all the code you need to know in order to create a beautifully rendered shape in all the major browsers. I know I can’t. Luckily, now we don’t have to.

Simon Højberg, a UI designer and developer from Copenhagen, has created CSS Arrow, Please – your one-stop-shop for modifying and creating your perfect arrow shape, then copying the generated code straight into your project.

Looking for a next step? I’m afraid there isn’t one. It’s super simple. You can check out the tool on Github, if you’d like to see how it was made, or use any of the code yourself.

Like this website? Got any other, similar tools you use on a regular basis? Be sure to let us know in the comments on on Twitter. We read everything you post and would love to compile a great list of useful sites to help the whole community. Heck, we’d love to help the whole Industry! We’ve already covered Responsify – a great way to kick-start your way into a responsive grid project, and Elliot Jay Stock’s Photoshop grid.

To see more of Simon Højberg’s work, you can visit his website.

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