Smileys, Emoticons and Graphics
(an overview)

Emoticons Navigation

 

Abnormal & Crazy

Anger & Violence

    

Communicating & Socializing

  

Computer & Mail

 

Confusion & Chagrin

 

Dancing & Jumping

 

Domestica & Grooming

 

Food & Drink

  

Frustration & Taunting

 

Greetings & Farewells

   

Holidays & Events

 

Joy & Happiness

   

Love & Affection

 

Misc Smileys

 

Mishaps & Peril

 

Music & Art

 

Occupations & Workplace

    

Pain & Discomfort

  

Personalities & Characters

 

Pleasures & Hobbies

 

Reading & Writing

     

Ruminating & Apathy

 

Shock & Fear

Signs & Flags

 

Sports & Fitness

 

Weary & Sleeping

 

Winking & Blinking

 

Yes & No & Maybe

 

Stickfigures

 

Whenever I search for emoticons on the Internet, there are always certain aggravations I would rather avoid. The pages are either filled with advertising I don't care about, or there are too many images on one page which makes it load slowly, or the site layout is counter-intuitive. I also have to wade through substandard images to find the quality ones. When I look for these things, I just want to find them fast and be done with it. Don't you?

I have developed a pretty big graphics collection over the years, so I am putting together these pages to alleviate all those aggravations for others and to also give myself an archive. I should have all the smileys up and ready when this page goes live, and will then add the others in increments.

I used a server side include code, because it allows the right pane to load so that you don't have to keep reloading a big page. I also separated each right hand pane file into its own page so that you could load each category easily from the table of contents page on the left.

This saves time and aggravation.

Additionally, I arranged the graphics by category of emotion so the right emoticon would be easier to narrow down.

As for categorizing, sometimes an emoticon will qualify for several catgories, so for those, i placed copies on each page. For instance, with this one:

I would have it both in the readinNwwriting page and the foodNdrink pages.


 


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THE MUSIC HERE IS MY OWN(C)Kelli Jae Baeli
(except for the christmas song, and Happy Together, which i am only singing; and of course,
Greensleeves-that's an old traditional song*
and probably my favorite song of all time)
The acoustic songs are usually ones I'm considering
but haven't got a final recording on yet (rough drafts)-
I'm considering for my 3rd CD
--feedback is greatly appreciated).

  Too Far
Napkins from the Bar
The Fall
She Won't Be Lookin' Back
Swallow
Portrait
Food Chains
Don't Go There
Walk on the Water
What I Had in Mind
Time Wounds All Heels
The Biggest Room
Chained
Bridges
That Jesus Guy
I Love Who You Are
Payin' The Piper
Greensleeves (cover)
Have Yourself a Merry Little Cmas (Cover)
Something in Me
Afraid Of The Dark
Can You
Feel That Way Again
Legacy
Food Chains
Bloody Fight
Pickup Rhumba~
Saturday Night~
Oozing Eucalyptus
Let's Trade Her In
Forgiven You Yet
Get Off My Dog
It Doesnt Bother Me
I Believe in Life




 


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