I just animating third type of button. Now i have.

.link.type-button - standard button with default, primary and destruct color, small, default and large size, animation on it's back, selectable icon.

.link.type-roll - wierd type of button, with only icon visible and text on hover with some wierd shit animation, selectable icon ofcourse. Various sizes and colors as well.

.link.type-more - More or less static link with right arrow and ofcourse animation on hover.

So one site has three types of buttons with various properties.

And thinking about how overengeneered JS world is.
Fuck you JS world.

  • 1
    Thats not really overengineered. Most websites have multiple types of buttons.
  • 1
    3 types of buttons doesn't seem that strange.
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    When those buttons serve same purpose, than hell yeah, it's idiotic. Trying to find benefit of this, failing.
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    @Lexter Don't all buttons kinda serve the same purpose?
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    when you import a CSS library and it has so many button options and you can't control your temptation to use them
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    @N00bPancakes @N00bPancakes Some sending forms, some redirecting user to another page, some scroll to certain section of the page. It is always some sort of interaction with user. Question is how totaly different types can help to the design flow. Especialy when .link.type-button has call to action function, is also used in forms and for scroll function. .link.type-roll is used as call to action element too. And i can go further. Heck yeah, i'm just an coder and our designer is super stupid. Who knows.

    No doubt, modern web development geting out of the hand in various ways. I still trying find a reason and benefit. At the end, who cares, it's just about money, so i'll do it.
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