As the original post for my free resources has become too large to add more images to, I split the images into two posts, this one for Text based images such as Link buttons, Headings and Tailenders, and the original post is for Object images.
Some of the Headings here are also suitable for use in Ads - where an image that catches the eye will always help your click through rates. Please note that many of the images will be larger than shown here - they can be scaled down or used in their natural size.
Need a set of buttons to link your posts in a series, to link to audio or video, to link to a provide listing? Here is a set of green buttons - leave a comment to ask if you need extras to match these. Just use the buttons in your posts and click on the link icon to set up the link URL.
An alternative set in dark green:-
These Blue Gel link buttons are 'stretchy', so their width varies with the text in them:-
The same set produced in red:-
The same set produced in Green:-
The same set produced in Purple:-
The same set produced in Orange:-
A new set in development - this is the first color:-
Also now available in Maroo n:-
A new Chrome Theme:-
Introducing the Gold Bar Theme:-
A Pink Theme:-
Some more buttons to show you a variety of possible styles - though I can make button sets to suit your themes. Further down you will find a purple themed set of glossy buttons with very striking shapes.
3D Arrow Themes Curled Themes
Granite Theme Glass Theme
Powder Blue Theme 1 Powder Blue Theme 2
Red Theme 1 Red Theme 2
Pink Arrows Blue Arrows
The Bronze Themes
B1 B2 B3
Blue Wiggle Theme Red Arrows Theme 1 Red Arrows Theme 2
Link buttons can also be made as sets to make up a 'Navigation Bar' - that does however mean some design constraints would apply with regard to alignment, for instance we might want a vertically spaced option that looks very neat such as:-
This Navigation bar is a composite of 3 images which look best when aligned closely as shown above. However within the blog editor the 3 images would be spaced like this, which loses some of the design intention:-
So for practical purposes I would suggest that vertical navigation bars are best left to web designers - we can use horizontal rows of buttons to create a bar or space buttons out as I often do at the bottom of my posts.
I recommend at least 2 spaces between buttons before you use the link icon - if the buttons are too close they may be accidentally linked to each other and cause some confusion to readers.
Here is the purple themed set of link buttons - any text needed can be added to the blank button - the size of the button may be longer if necessary to carry multiple words.
Adding a thank you or other greeting at the end of your blog is also a great idea - try adding one of these images at the bottom of your posts:
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