Color Palette - Flexbox Friday Demo 2. Todo. How to Create (Animated) Text Fills. A tutorial on how to create various types of (animated) fills and strokes for text using different techniques including CSS and SVG.
View demo Download source I like to think that the future is already here. We have already so many exciting possibilities in CSS and SVG that some time ago we could only dream about. For example, we now have many possible ways to create text with an animated fill! About a year ago the article Techniques for creating textured text by Sara Soueidan was published here on Codrops. I’m very interested in this topic but from a different perspective.
In this article I’m going to share my experiments and five ways to create patterned filled text. For each of the techniques I’ll show the browser support, the ability to select text and, most importantly, the possibility to animate the fill (highly experimental). I will not include all the code here, only the most important parts, but you can find everything inside the download files and play with it. Let’s begin. Yes. CSSDA - Web Design Awards & Inspiration For Solo Designers, Studios & Agencies. Subtle Click Feedback Effects. A set of subtle effects for click or touch interactions inspired by the visualization of screen taps in mobile app showcases.
The effects are done with CSS animations mostly on pseudo-elements. View demo Download source Recently, many cool interaction effects have been created that follow Google Material Design principles somehow. One of the great little effects seen around is the ripple click effect, also called click waves. While these effects are based on the place you click or touch, the whole idea of providing a subtle feedback effect is really interesting. Today we’d like to explore some of these click/touch effects, using different animations.
Please note that some of the effects are highly experimental and therefore only work in modern browsers. IE10 does not seem to support animationend on pseudo-elements, so you won’t see the effects working correctly there. For the demo we are using icons by Font Awesome and we trigger the effect on a button: Here is a GIF of one of the effects: Full-Screen Pushing Navigation in CSS and jQuery. A full page menu, that replaces the current content by pushing it off the screen.
Browser support ie Chrome Firefox Safari Opera 9+ We recently came across the beautiful Hello Monday redesign. One thing that captured our interest was the full size navigation: it replaces the current content entirely, by pushing it out. That inspired us to create todays nugget! Here is a quick prototype of the final effect we put together: Creating the structure The HTML is structured in 3 main elements: a <main> – containing the visible content, a div.cd-nav – wrapping the navigation, and a .cd-nav-trigger action button. CodePen - Front End Developer Playground & Code Editor in the Browser. CSS Reference. Drop Down Menu Generator. Creative CSS3 Animation Menus. Being in the mood for experimenting with CSS3, I'd like to show you some creative menu hover effects in today's tutorial.
The idea is to have a simple composition of elements, an icon, a main title and a secondary title, that will be animated on hover using only CSS transitions and animations. We'll be exploring some different effects for the elements. View demo Download source Being in the mood for experimenting with CSS3, I’d like to show you some creative menu hover effects in today’s tutorial. The idea is to have a simple composition of elements, an icon, a main title and a secondary title, that will be animated on hover using only CSS transitions and animations. The icons used in the demos are actually a Web Symbols typeface that we’ll include with @font-face. The Markup The HTML structure for the menu will be an unordered list where each item is a link element that consists of an icon span and a content div that will contain the main title and the secondary title: Clean CSS - A Resource for Web Designers - Optmize and Format your CSS CSS Formatter and Optimiser/Optimizer (based on CSSTidy 1.3)
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