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Latest Demonstrations A CSS ONLY click action tree menu v321-01-2017A third responsive multi-level tree menu with slide action A CSS ONLY click action tree menu v216-12-2016A second responsive multi-level tree menu with slide action A CSS ONLY click action tree menu17-11-2016A responsive multi-level tree menu with slide action A CSS ONLY click action concertina menu14-11-2016A responsive multi-level concertina menu with bounce A CSS ONLY click action slide in menu29-10-2016A responsive multi-level slide in menu A CSS ONLY click action flexbox menu13-05-2016An accordion menu using flexbox and order animation. A circular menu with bounce09-03-2016A CSS only circular menu with bounce animation using cubic-bezier animation timing A responsive swipe-momentum menu24-02-2016A responsive swipe action momentum menu suitable for all the latest browsers and OS. A responsive multi-level menu14-05-2015A responsive multi-level menu suitable for all the latest browsers and OS, PCs, tablets and smartphones.

CSS Triangle You can make them with a single div. It’s nice to have classes for each direction possibility. The idea is a box with zero width and height. The actual width and height of the arrow is determined by the width of the border. In an up arrow, for example, the bottom border is colored while the left and right are transparent, which forms the triangle. Demo See the Pen Animation to Explain CSS Triangles by Chris Coyier (@chriscoyier) on CodePen. Examples Dave Everitt writes in: For an equilateral triangle it’s worth pointing out that the height is 86.6% of the width so (border-left-width + border-right-width) * 0.866% = border-bottom-width CSS3 Create - Démos, tutoriels et expériences CSS : menus, galerie photos, interfaces web.

Andrea Joseph (Weekly Story Theme: Romance) There is no other love like an illustrator’s hand and its pen. These two spend hours together everyday, inseparable, and when they are not together, the hand years for the cool grip of its beautiful slender pen. Andrea Joseph hand knows this feeling well, and his hand and its pen have been committed to each other for years now, and now on Creative Tempest they renew their vows.

CSS drop-shadows without images Drop-shadows are easy enough to create using pseudo-elements. It’s a nice and robust way to progressively enhance a design. This post is a summary of the technique and some of the possible appearances. Demo: CSS drop-shadows without images Known support: Firefox 3.5+, Chrome 5+, Safari 5+, Opera 10.6+, IE 9+ I’ll be looking mainly at a few details involved in making this effect more robust. After a bit of back-and-forth on Twitter with Simurai, and proposing a couple of additions to Divya’s and Matt’s demos using jsbin, I felt like documenting and explaining the parts that make up this technique. The basic technique There is no need for extra markup, the effect can be applied to a single element. The pseudo-elements need to be positioned and given explicit or implicit dimensions. The next step is to add a CSS3 box-shadow and apply CSS3 transforms. One of the pseudo-elements then needs to be positioned on the other side of the element and rotated in the opposite direction.

Official Stargate Website: Home for all things Stargate - Univer 70 Must-Have CSS3 and HTML5 Tutorials and Resources CSS3 and HTML 5 are capable of revolutionizing the way we design websites. Both include so many new features and functions that it can be hard to wrap your head around them at times. The inclusion of native support for things like rounded corners and multi-column layouts are just the tip of the ice berg. Below are seventy resources, tutorials, and articles to get you started with CSS3 and HTML 5. CSS3 Tutorials and Resources Get Started with CSS 3 – A basic guide to using CSS3. Cascading Style Sheets Current Work – Details the progress the W3C is making on the CSS3 standard. Border-image: Using Images for Your Border – A guide to the new CSS3 function for adding image borders. Overview of CSS3 Structural Pseudo-Classes – A handy reference chart of structural pseudo-classes in CSS3. Push Your Web Design Into The Future With CSS3 – An introduction to some of the new features in the CSS3 specification. CSS3 Selectors Explained – An overview of some of CSS3 selectors, including selector syntax.

3D Sketchbook Drawings Art & Design Nagai Hideyuki is Japanese artist who has the impressive skills to create 3D drawings. Using light and shadow his drawings give the illusion of jumping of the page when seen from the right angle. Basic Ready-to-Use CSS Styles This is a collection of some basic styles that can come in handy when creating your own style definitions. Learn how to make some useful classes for simple styles and how to apply them to a variety of elements. View demo Download source Today we are going to dig a little bit more into process development. You can also build classes of classes to custom things to suit your needs. This way the .custom class by itself has no point but if you apply it to a .my-class element, you can tweak a little bit the .my-class styles. Now you got the basic idea, let’s have a look at those patterns, starting with the block-level elements. Note that there are no vendor specific prefixes in this tutorial, but you can find the prefixed styles in the CSS. Block-level elements You are creating an image gallery and want to give some subtle styles to the pictures? The Markup For this whole section, I took an a division with the class “block-level” and added the additional classes to it. The Basic CSS Shadows Links

10 Rock Solid Website Layout Examples Keeping It Simple Page layout is equal parts art and science. Creating something that’s visually attractive and unique takes an artist’s eye. Designers often stress out far too much about the layout process. In this article we’re going to take a look at ten very common layouts that you can find on countless sites across the web. If you’re a web designer, bookmark this page and come back the next time you get stuck laying out a page. Three Boxes This is probably the most simple layout on the list. The three boxes layout features one main graphic area followed by two smaller boxes underneath. The silhouetted shapes along the top are areas that can be used for logos, company names, navigation, search bars and any other informational and functional content typically on a website. This design is ideal for a portfolio page or anything that needs to show off a few sample graphics. In the Wild Below we see a beautiful implementation of the three box layout in Peter Verkuilen’s portfolio.

11 CSS Learning Tools and Resources The industry of late has been overrun with articles, tutorials, and tools focused on Sass, even here on SitePoint we’ve been publishing more Sass content than ever before. But we haven’t forgotten about our roots: CSS. For those of you still learning CSS, or wanting to go a little deeper into specific CSS subjects, I thought I’d put together a list of CSS learning resources that I’ve come across in recent months. Enjoy! 1. Interactive slides that explore CSS 3D Transforms. 2. A nicely designed little game to help you learn CSS selectors. 3. A simple visualization of selectors in CSS. 4. A frontend coding quiz and it’s not easy. 5. A 6-chapter tutorial on the basics of CSS, with more chapters to come. 6. A CodePen-like playground for learning CSS. 7. Harry Roberts has updated his CSS Guidelines. 8. Chrome Dev Relations guy Paul Lewis has created a quick reference for those interested in what is triggered on a page when a given CSS property changes. 9. 10. 11. Know Any Others?

How to Create a Wordpress Theme from Scratch Following on from the recent article on "PSD to HTML", this tutorial will look at taking a HTML/CSS template and turning it into a functioning WordPress theme. There is so much you can do when creating your own theme we couldn't nearly cover it all. So, we're going to look at how themes are structured, creation of the core files and splitting up that index.html file. The structure of a WordPress theme is fairly simple, I like to start with the CSS file. Because this is such a large topic we're splitting it into a two part series - this part making a simple but functioning theme from a standard HTML & CSS template, and the second part will look at adding more of the advanced features. I will be working on turning the great template "Typography Paramount" by Six Shooter Media into a simple WordPress theme. The style sheet is the defining file of the theme for WordPress. The code above is all contained in a comment, so it won't affect the style definitions. Continue to Part 2.

40 Useful Online Generators For Web Designers - Noupe Design Blog Oct 11 2010 Generators can be a great way to save time in your web design projects. High-quality generators can create graphics or code or even layouts in a matter of seconds or minutes, things that might take an hour or more if done by hand. Color Schemes A good color scheme is the cornerstone of a good website design. Color Scheme Designer 3Color Scheme Designer 3 has a really fantastic user interface that’s both attractive and easy to use. ColorSchemer Online V2ColorSchemer lets you create color palettes around RGB or HEX values, or using a color selector tool. KulerAdobe’s Kuler is one of the best color scheme tools available, with multiple options for both creating and finding color schemes. ColourLoversColourLovers offers more than just color and pattern generators; it’s an entire community based around a love of color and good design. Color Palette GeneratorThis generator creates a color palette based on an image. Layouts There are CSS generators for almost everything. CSS3 Please!