1. See http://www.madza.com/buttons/next.html - this is the behavior we need to display on mobile devices and all browsers. The only difference will be the text on the button that says what the button does.
2. The display of the button should be triggered by a CSS class and the text on the button (for example, "Next") is to be created using a simple <div> and class combination. For example: <div class="button">Next</div>. In other words, both the button and the word "Next" on the button should appear by just calling a div tag and a CSS class.
3. The behavior on the button should be a "press down" change in the button appearance - not just a hover change. The press down action must be seen on mobile devices and tablets.
4. This job is for just one button. We have more buttons and additional work once we find the right person.
Thank you and please reply with web development experience you may have had building pages that display well on both regular and mobile screens.