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40 CSS3 Button Tutorials For Designers

40 CSS3 Button Tutorials For Designers
In this article, we will go through some hand-picked, awesome tutorials for wonderful buttons you can put on your site using only CSS3. Some of these buttons play with colors, gradients or shapes while others are programmed to animate with hover or click actions, giving effects like it’s being pushed down; extending, shrinking or switching frames to reveal more information. Anything you can think of to do with buttons, there’s probably an example of it here. So without further ado, here are 40 Awesome CSS3 button tutorials for web designers. Drop a comment at the end of the article stating your favorite. Recommended Reading: CSS3Tutorial: Create A Sleek On/Off Button Animated Buttons with CSS3 [Demo | Tutorial] Pin it Fancy 3D Button with CSS3 [Demo | Tutorial] Just Some Awesome CSS3 Buttons [Demo | Tutorial] CSS3 Social Buttons [Demo | Tutorial] Pretty CSS3 Buttons [Demo | Tutorial] Download Me! Add to Cart Button in CSS3 [Demo | Tutorial] CSS3 Github Buttons [Demo | Tutorial]

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CSS3: Animations vs. Transitions In CSS, you have two techniques for visualizing change that are competing for your attention: Animations & Transitions. In this article, let's examine the similarities and differences between them so that you can know when to use which. To make the most of this article, it would be helpful for you to be familiar with using both animations and transitions. If you haven't had a chance to get your hands dirty with them, the Creating a Simple CSS Animation and Looking at CSS3 Transitions tutorials will help you get started. Similarities 30 Awesome SVG Animation For Your Inspiration Designers used to create animations in HTML elements using CSS. However, due to the limitations of HTML elements in creating patterns, shapes, and others, they naturally turn to SVG, which offers more interesting capabilities. Working with SVG, we enjoy good browser supprot for SVG animation, and we have more ways to create new animation. You can use both the built-in SVG animation functionality or CSS3 animation (note that not everything can be done by CSS so there is still need for JavaScript). Another way is by using JavaScript engines such as GSAP or Snap.

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