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Inspiration for Item Transitions Some inspiration and ideas for item transitions considering different scenarios and use cases, including a small component, a full-width image header and a product image with a transparent background. State transitions are done using CSS Animations. View demo Download source Inspiration for Article Intro Effects We may define a food to be any substance which will repair the functional waste of the body, increase its growth, or maintain the heat, muscular, and nervous energy. In its most comprehensive sense, the oxygen of the air is a food; as although it is admitted by the lungs, it passes into the blood, and there re-acts upon the other food which has passed through the stomach. It is usual, however, to restrict the term food to such nutriment as enters the body by the intestinal canal. Water is often spoken of as being distinct from food, but for this there is no sufficient reason.

Perspective Page View Navigation Some effects for a perspective page view navigation where the page itself gets pushed away in 3D to reveal a menu or other items. This navigation idea is seen in mobile app design and we wanted to explore some more effects. View demo Download source SVG Drawing Animation A little experiment that explores the usage of SVG line drawing animations to precede the appearance of graphics or website elements, simulating the loading of them. View demo Download source SVG is finally becoming a more utilized and fun website component.

Hiding Vertical Scrollbars with Pure CSS in Chrome, IE (6+), Firefox, Opera, and Safari - John Kurlak's Blog I just spent the past day trying to figure out the best way to hide scrollbars using pure CSS in the latest versions of every browser. I wanted to be able to still scroll within the element, however, so using: was not an option. I looked at how Facebook hides their scrollbars in the chat window, I looked at recommendations made on StackOverflow, and I invented a lot of solutions on my own. Eventually, I arrived at a solution that I like.

Page Loading Effects A set of creative page loading effects that use SVG animations with Snap.svg. The idea is to show an overlay with a interesting shape animation while new content gets loaded. View demo Download source On Scroll Header Effects with CSS Transitions At the present time, eminent breeders try by methodical selection, with a distinct object in view, to make a new strain or sub-breed, superior to anything of the kind in the country. But, for our purpose, a form of selection, which may be called unconscious, and which results from every one trying to possess and breed from the best individual animals, is more important. Thus, a man who intends keeping pointers naturally tries to get as good dogs as he can, and afterwards breeds from his own best dogs, but he has no wish or expectation of permanently altering the breed.

Animated Border Menus A tutorial on how to create a off-canvas icon navigation with an animated border effect. The menu effect is inspired by CreativeDash's bounce menu for mobile apps. View demo Download source The other day I saw a really nice concept of a menu on the UI8 site. CreativeDash implemented that gorgeous concept and I instantly had some ideas for more effects involving border transitions but also with the desktop in mind. So today I want to show you how to create something like that and provide some more inspirational examples.

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A Collection of Page Transitions A showcase collection of various page transition effects using CSS animations. View demo Download source Today we’d like to share a collection of creative page transitions with you. We’ve put together a couple of animations that could be applied to “pages” for creating interesting navigation effects when revealing a new page. While some effects are very simplistic, i.e. a simple slide movement, others make use of perspective and 3d transforms to create some depth and dynamics.

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