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Multi-Purpose Creative Vector Icon Sets 5 for Designers. Multi-Purpose Creative Vector Icon Sets 3 for Designers. Advanced Css Colors. There are no super special properties at play here — HSL and RGBa (the “a” standing for “alpha”, as in “alpha transparency”) can be applied to any property that has a color value, such as color, background-color, border-color or box-shadow, to name a mere handful. Alpha transparency RGBa opens up an exciting new dimension to web design, allowing you to set the transparency of a box or text.

If you wanted a smidgen of a snazzy background image to peep through a heading, for example, you might use something like this: A standard value of rgb(0,0,0) would set the heading to pure black but that fourth value, in rgba, sets the level of transparency, “1” being completely opaque, “0” being completely transparent. So rgba(0,0,0,0.8) is saying red=“0”, green=“0”, blue=“0”, alpha=“0.8”, which, all together, makes it 80% black. Hue, saturation, and lightness Color names aside, web colors have always been red-green-blue biased, be that through hex codes or explicit RBG (or RGBa). HSLa. Css Colors. The following values, to specify full-on as red-as-red-can-be, all produce the same result: redrgb(255,0,0)rgb(100%,0%,0%)#ff0000#f00 Predefined color names include aqua, black, blue, fuchsia, gray, green, lime, maroon, navy, olive, purple, red, silver, teal, white, and yellow. transparent is also a valid value.

The three values in the RGB value are from 0 to 255, 0 being the lowest level (no red, for example), 255 being the highest level (full red, for example). These values can also be a percentage. Hexadecimal (previously and more accurately known as “sexadecimal”) is a base-16 number system. We are generally used to the decimal number system (base-10, from 0 to 9), but hexadecimal has 16 digits, from 0 to f. The hex number is prefixed with a hash character (#) and can be three or six digits in length. Colors can be applied by using color and background-color (note that this must be the American English “color” and not “colour”). A blue background and yellow text could look like this: Creative Grid Loading Effect. A tutorial on how to achieve the Creative Grid loading effect seen. The effect will show a colored element sliding in first and then sliding out again, revealing the image.Demo Download The Markup For our grid we’ll use an unordered list with a main wrapper.

The first list item will have a special style, so we give it the class “title-box”: <section class="grid-wrap"><ul class="grid swipe-right" id="grid"><li class="title-box"><h2>Illustrations by <a href=" Takemasa</a></h2></li><li><a href="#"><img src="img/1.jpg" alt="img01"><h3>Kenpo News April 2014 issue</h3></a></li><li><a href="#"><img src="img/2.jpg" alt="img02"><h3>SQUET April 2014 issue</h3></a></li><li></li></ul></section> Each list item contains an anchor with an image and a title. When loading the page, we will want the visible items to be shown already and then, when we scroll, we want to trigger our animation.

The colored element that will swipe to reveal the image, will be added dynamically. Creative Jump Loader Animation With Ripple Effect. Creative Jump Loader Animation The Jump Loader effect relies on a very useful plugin, the DrawSVGPlugin, which is a premium plugin that will help you with many SVG animations and effects. You how we create a playful Jump Loader animation using SVG and GSAP. Note that the demo files will work locally on your machine but if you’d like to use one of the effects that requires the DrawSVGPlugin in production, you’ll need to have a GreenSock membership.Demo Download In the following, I’m going to show you how to create the Jump Loader, in detail. For that, I’ll be making use of GSAP’s sequencing tool TimelineMax and the DrawSVGPlugin.

For some more background on GSAP and the other tools used I recommend the following resources: Some of you might be familiar with these tools but for those of you who are not, GSAP is a set of JavaScript libraries that can animate almost any value. Let’s start with breaking down the SVG inside the HTML: So that’s the HTML with SVG. The Structure and Layout Source. Animating an SVG Menu Icon. Implement an animated menu Svg icon. At first, the icon is the classic burger menu icon. But when you click on it, it becomes a close icon with a fun “ninja” effect. The animation is reversed when you click on the close icon which turns it into the initial hamburger icon again.

Take a look: Planning To achieve this effect, I cannot imagine anything better than SVG. And the new library Segment (which is an alternative to the DrawSVGPlugin from GSAP) provides the necessary utilities to implement it. The main idea is to create three paths that describe the trajectory of each bar on the burger icon when it transforms to the close icon. Introducing Segment The main tool we’ll be using is Segment, a little JavaScript class (without dependencies) for drawing and animating SVG path strokes.

To learn more you can play with the demo and check out the documentation on GitHub. Drawing It’s a very quick animation, but if we analyze the animation frame by frame, we can draw each path. And the CSS styles: Creative Arrow Navigation Styles For Slider. There are so many creative ways of showing those little elements that are an essential part of many websites nowadays. You can find them in content slideshows, as part of the page navigation, in image galleries and many more. These indicators are mostly represented as arrows that point to the left and right. There are of course arrows pointing up and down, too. But today we want to focus on the lateral ones and create some interesting hover effects that in some cases enhance the element, or show a preview of the content to come.

These Creative Arrow effects are for your inspiration. Please note that they will only work in modern browsers. The images used in the demo are by Joanna Kustra, Idleformat and Andrey Yakovlev & Lili Aleeva. One of the effects, the Slit effect, is inspired by the cool effect from Jam3’s work navigation. Demo Download An example for one of the style is the following: The CSS is the following for this example: Source. Creative Tooltip Styles - Engaging, purposeful, and creative. Creative collection of various hover Creative Tooltip styles and effects for your inspiration. Using CSS transforms, border-radius and SVG shapes we can create modern looking and interesting tooltips. We’d like to share some Creative Tooltips styles and effects with you.

Tooltips are normally used for providing some kind of extra information and they can be found in almost every website. We only use CSS transitions via hover and also some SVGs to create unique shapes. Icons are from Font Awesome and the profile pictures are from the Random User Generator. Please note that we use some modern CSS properties, like 3D transforms, which only work in modern browsers. There seems to be an issue with using a percentage-based transform-origin value for SVG paths in Firefox.

Also note that animating the stroke-dasharray does not work in the IE < 11. Demo Download Some useful solutions are the following: Let’s have a look at the “sharp” tooltip style. So, let’s have a look at the CSS: Source. Multi-Layer Page Reveal Css Jquery Effects Tutorial. Today we’d like to show you how to create a simple and modern page transition effect. Maybe you have spotted some of the cool effects seen on sites like Nation or Keep Portland Weird, where two or more layers of overlays are animated across the page to reveal some new content.

Let’s see how we can do something like that. We’ll focus on the animation part only, not the loading of content. For the effects we’ll be using CSS Animations. The Markup For our simple demo, we’ll create a full width and height layout with some arrows that will trigger the overlay animations. The idea is to show a page and in the middle of an overlay animation, switch to another page.

Our markup looks as follows: The structure for the overlay will be inserted with JavaScript. One example for how the “revealer” might look: Each layer will additionally have its background color set. The CSS First, let’s take a look at some general styles for our body, container and pages (vendor prefixes omitted): The JavaScript Source. JavaScript Css Loaders with Rebound and Canvas with Good Tutorial. JavaScript Css Loaders Tutorial A tutorial on how to create a loading spinner (JavaScript Css Loaders)Demo Download The code presented in this tutorial is written in ES6 and compiled to ES5 using Babel, you’ll find the full gulp setup in the repository. Creating the Spinner Firstly, we need to create the logic of the spinner; let’s start by thinking of it as a simple triangle: Inscribed triangle construction with Canvas The idea is to draw a basePolygon and then draw a child so that it is inscribed in the original triangle. _getRegularPolygonPoints() { let points = []; let i = 0; while (i < this.

To draw the child we simply need to calculate where the vertex will be on each side at a given progress. The Polygon.js methods to compute the inscribed points looks as follows: Once done, we can simply use the methods provided by Polygon.js to repeat the process for each child until a certain depth is reached. _getUpdatedChildren(progress) { let children = []; for (let i = 0; i < this. 2. 3. 4. This. Stylify Your Website. Facebook Mockup Design Resources Download.

Super Simple Text Rotator With Css & Jquery. Text Rotator With Css & Jquery A light weight jQuery plugin that will allow you to add a super simple rotating text to your website. Usage To use this on your website, simply include the latest jQuery library found here together with jquery.simple-text-rotator.js and simpletextrotator.css into your document’s <head>, and all you need is one extra tag for your html document and a function call: Super <span class="rotate">Simple, Customizable, Light Weight, Easy</span> Text Rotator with Style Put every rotating words inside the <span class="rotate"></span> and separate it with a comma and the script will automatically cycle through each words in order.

Demo | Download Source. CSS3 3D Text Plugin for jQuery Tutorial. 3D text in CSS3 We’re going to make life a little easier with a jQuery plugin. It will do the hard work and generate long-winded CSS3 code such as: text-shadow: -1px 1px 0 #ddd, -2px 2px 0 #c8c8c8, -3px 3px 0 #ccc, -4px 4px 0 #b8b8b8, -4px 4px 0 #bbb, 0px 1px 1px rgba(0,0,0,.4), 0px 2px 2px rgba(0,0,0,.3), -1px 3px 3px rgba(0,0,0,.2), -1px 5px 5px rgba(0,0,0,.1), -2px 8px 8px rgba(0,0,0,.1), -2px 13px 13px rgba(0,0,0,.1) ; note: Is this wise? Our jQuery plugin uses JavaScript to apply a CSS3 style. You’d normally avoid doing that since it’s be slower and, without JavaScript, the user won’t see the effect. However, the 3D is unlikely to be essential and the plugin will save a significant number of development hours. Head over to the plugin demonstration page to view examples and download below the code.

How to Use the Plugin jQuery and the plugin should be included on your page — ideally just before the closing </body> tag, e.g. <p class="text3d">3D Text</p> Where: The jQuery Plugin Code Source. Css Js Typography Awesome Kerning.js. CSS, meet kerning. Kerning, meet CSS. Kern, style, transform, and scale your web type with real CSS rules, automatically. Kerning.js is a single script, small, and only depends on jQuery. Add it to your page, add some CSS rules, and your text will be beautified. Status This project is currently stable. Version The current version is 0.2.1. Usage Include this file anywhere in your HTML Then, add any of the attributes following to your CSS, under any selectors you want modified: -letter-kern, -letter-size, -letter-weight, -letter-color, -letter-transform -word-kern, -word-size, -word-weight, -word-color, -word-transform To use pairings (e.g., modify ‘a’ if ‘ab’ is paired): -letter-pairs('xy': [value], …) -word-pairs('cat mouse': [value], …) To use multiple transforms, you need to use transform “groups”: -transform-group([transform] [transform] …) To add rules for a particular rendering engine, use a prefix on any of the attributes: Windows: -winMac: -macLinux: -lin That’s it!

Examples Modify word pairs: JQuery Text Effect Awsome Plugin. Some content on our pages are more important than other and we want to made him eye catching. There are lot of techniques to achieve that. One of them is jqIsoText. With this plugin we’re changing size of letters in text. It starts from one font size and increment or decrement to other font size. On that way we’re getting something similar to isometric projection. That can be done for whole block of text or for every word in some text. First download jQuery and jqIsoText and include on your page like this: After that all you have to do is to select element on which you want to apply effect and call jqIsoText.

<script>$(“.elem”).jqIsoText();</script> This plugin have only three options: fromSize, toSize and split. You sholud use this plugin for titles or some important line of text. Demo | Download Source. Animated Text and Icon Menu with jQuery. The idea is to make some elements slide out, change and animate the background color of the item and then slide the elements back in with a different color. The Markup Our HTML will be an unordered list where each list item will contain an anchor element with the three elements inside that we’ll animate: <ul id="sti-menu" class="sti-menu"><li data-hovercolor="#37c5e9"><a href="#"><h2 data-type="mText" class="sti-item"> Some text </h2><h3 data-type="sText" class="sti-item"> Some more text </h3><span data-type="icon" class="sti-icon sti-icon-care sti-item"></span></a></li><li>...

</li> ... </ul> The data-hovercolor will be used to set the color of the text on hover. Now, let’s make it stylish! The CSS Remember, we always reset our CSS with a reset.css that we’ll add to our main style. The list elements will be floating and a little margin: Now we’ll style the anchor. The headings will be positioned absolutely and we’ll define the width and the top position: And that’s all the style! Source. Html Css Animated Opening Type Tutorial. A tutorial on how to create an interesting animated 3D opening type effect with pseudo-elements, CSS transforms and transitions. The idea is based on Edenspiekermann’s Open Type project and it’s a very creative way to display and play with letters.

In this tutorial I’m going to explain how to achieve an interesting 3D opening type effect with CSS based on the one I previously created. My experiment was actually inspired by Edenspiekermann’s Open Type project for the Kröller-Müller Museum, a dynamic concept that plays with light and shadow in a simple but incredibly creative way. The aim of this tutorial is to show how we can bring some life to letters using CSS transforms and transitions on pseudo-elements with a technique that will allow to open a letter from all four sides. Please note that pseudo-element transitions don’t work in every browser. The Markup The CSS Let’s add some basic styles to the letter span. At this point it’s time to add our transformations. Demo | Download Source. Free Online Classes and Tutorials | Autodesk University. Botanicula is a humor-filled adventure game. List of 10 best Social Media Icon Sets2.

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