October 14, 2013
The result is great-looking emoticons that leave the text exactly as written (so that the text emotion icons actually get copied and pasted with the text if you select a block of text from the page). This uses the CSS3 properties, transform, border-radius, box-shadow, gradient, and transition (when supported).
Because the pure-CSS emoticon stylesheet uses CSS3 properties such as border-radius and transform, it is supported by FireFox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera. They also work (animations and all) on the iPhone and Android phone browsers. In Internet Explorer, they will simply appear as the original textual emoti-cons.
Created by Steve Schwartz
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Curated By Jay Kanakiya