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Simple Icon Hover Effects with CSS Transitions and Animations

Simple Icon Hover Effects with CSS Transitions and Animations
Previous Demo Back to the Codrops Article Mobile Desktop Partners Support Security Settings Time Videos List Refresh Images Edit Link Mail Location Archive Chat Bookmarks User Contact Note that the dashed border on a round pseudo-element (border-radius: 50%) does not work in FF 21.0 Mobile Desktop Partners Support Security Settings Support Fav Contract Refresh Settings Time Videos List Refresh Archive Chat Bookmarks User Contact Images Edit Link Mail Location If you enjoyed these effects you might also like: Creative Button Styles Creative Link Effects

Portraits with Carter Kustera - Custom Silhouettes If we had to pick one thing that the Parisians do crazy well, it’s picnicking (or maybe fashion). But for this how-to, we’re focusing on their ability to lay out the yummiest wine + cheese + baguette spreads. Learn the easy five step approach to packing a gorgeous French apero from Katie Donnelly Photography plus find even more pretty inspirtion in the VAULT. Living in Paris there are only a few things that are ever certain: rain, red lipstick, the Eiffel Tower, and Parisians picnicking the second it becomes sunny. While there are a few obvious things that always make their appearance (ahem, wine and cheese I’m looking at you!) An apero can consist of many different things but first and foremost, there is always wine. FROMAGE! Popular cheeses are: Chèvre Frais (fresh goat cheese) Comté Contal Brie Roquefort Tomme de Brebie If you get a chance, head to a cheese market and ask the fromager (cheese merchant) what they would recommend! Snacks! Baguette. Charcuterie. Join The Conversation

Ombres avancées avec CSS3 et box-shadow CSS3 c’est pour l’aspect vendeur du nom, car au final on va aussi et surtout bénéficier du service de pseudo éléments (:after et :before) qui sont prévus depuis CSS2.1. Les visuels que vous voyez sur la page de démonstration ne sont composés qu’avec des propriétés CSS sur une seule et unique <div> (pour chaque bloc). Chez moi le meilleur rendu est sous Firefox, notamment pour la dernière ombre qui est un peu osée (au passage il semblerait que la propriété opacity ne fonctionne pas sur les pseudo-éléments). Dans cette démonstration nous allons utiliser des propriétés avancées de CSS2.1 (:before et :after) qui sont des pseudo-éléments. Pseudo-éléments :after et :before Imaginez que dans un site vous souhaitiez ajouter derrière un lien la langue du site en référence (qui, pour rappel, se précise grâce à l’attribut hreflang sur un élément <a>) vous pouvez le faire en passant par du CSS : La base de travail Pour résumer simplement notre démarche nous avons des divisions : Ombre simple Bogues

Fullscreen Overlay Styles & Effects | Demo 12 Previous Demo Back to the Codrops Article Genie effect with SVG animation. If you enjoyed this demo you might also like: Perspective Page View Navigation Animated Border Menus Animated SVG Icons with Snap.svg Using SVGs on websites is becoming more and more easy with great libraries like Snap.svg. Today we want to explore what we can do with it and animate some SVG icons as a practical example. View demo Download source SVG has been one of the most underused technologies when it comes to web development. Despite it’s usefulness and powerful possibilities it’s still a mystery to many and when it comes to integrating it and using animations, many developers don’t know where to start. You’ve surely seen some great examples of animated icons using CSS transitions and animations like the Navicon Transformicons by Bennett Feely which were explained in this excellent collaborative tutorial by Sara Soueidan. Please note that we are working with a modern JavaScript library for manipulating our SVGs. The first thing we do is to create some SVG icons using an SVG editor like Inkscape. For each icon we want a special animation to happen. With the help of Modernizr we can define the fallback in our CSS:

Animated Checkboxes and Radio Buttons with SVG Previous Demo Back to the Codrops Article How do you collaboratively administrate empowered markets via plug-and-play networks? Where do you proactively envision multimedia based expertise and cross-media growth strategies? Why do you interactively procrastinate high-payoff content without backward-compatible data? How would you dynamically target high-payoff intellectual capital for customized technologies? How can you appropriately empower dynamic leadership skills after business portals? How do you interactively productize premium technologies whereas interdependent quality vectors? Do you rapaciously seize adaptive infomediaries and user-centric intellectual capital and how? Your to do list to uniquely deploy cross-unit benefits with wireless testing procedures: If you enjoyed these effects you might also like: Animated Border Menus Creative Button Styles