Untitled. Magic css3 animations. Come sapete, amo molto il linguaggio CSS ed in particolare mi piace sempre andare oltre, in questo caso ho voluto creare un pacchetto di animazioni in CSS3 che potrete usare liberamente per i vostri scopi e quindi nei vostri progetti web, si chiama Magic!
Il progetto è hostato anche su GitHub, questo per avere i migliori pareri dai migliori sviluppatori e quindi migliorare il codice, renderlo il più compatibile possibile con la maggior parte dei browser e per voi avere un codice sempre aggiornato e stabile. Segnalatemi pure eventuali bugs nei vari browser, qui oppure su GitHub! Vai alla Demo Please note: The actual DEMO work only on Chrome Browser and Safari (Magic CSS3 animations works in any browser. BootMetro. Ligature Symbols.
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Fluid CSS3 Slideshow with Parallax Effect. In this tutorial we will create a slideshow with a parallax effect using several CSS3 properties.
The idea is to move the background positions of two backgrounds while sliding the container of the slides. View demo Download source In this tutorial, we are going to create a slideshow with a parallax effect with the help of some CSS3 properties. We’ll use radio buttons and sibling combinators for controlling which slide is shown. There will be two backgrounds and the idea is to change the background positions and the position of the slider with transitions in order to create a slight parallax effect.
The graphics used in the demo are by: 5Milli (Global Vector Map) and by WeGraphics (Free Vector Infographic Kit). Please note: the result of this tutorial will only work as intended in browsers that support the respective CSS properties. The Markup We will “connect” the input elements to the division with the class sp-content by using the general sibling combinator. CSS3 Shapes Resource. A Pure CSS3 Cycling Slideshow.
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Use Pseudo Elements to Create an Image Stack Illusion. Today we’re going to see if we can take a single image inserted via HTML and make it look like a messy stack of images using only CSS. The key: pseudo elements. Along the way we’ll see how embarking on a project like this can quickly lead to some messy code and how we can combat that with some awesome DRY coding practices. The Challenge I was checking out some of the amazing content on our new downloads site, Pixels Daily, and I found a great little free PSD called Stacks that helps you quickly and easily build a stack of Polaroid-esque images in Photoshop.
As you can see, it’s a pretty attractive effect. It turns out, the answer that I was looking for lies in pseudo elements. The HTML To create our first stack, the only HTML we’ll need is a div with an image inside of it. Basic Styles Nothing complicated here, just a basic margin/padding reset so our browsers get on the same page. Top Image Styles.