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Inspiration for Article Intro Effects | Demo 1 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. Many popular writers have divided foods into flesh-formers, heat-givers, and bone-formers. These last are not strictly foods, if we keep to the definition already given; but they are consumed with the true foods or nutrients, comprised in the other two classes, and cannot well be excluded from consideration. Water forms an essential part of all the tissues of the body. Flesh-formers, heat-givers, and bone-formers
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
Draggable Dual-View Slideshow Lorem Waldy Distilling design and other interesting methods It was not child's play tackling those horses. Some of the kind-hearted station folk in the backblocks had sent down some wild warrigals of the West; bucking brumbies that beat the band; old outlaws off the grass that the station hands could never master. But Colonel Cox ("Fighting Charlie" we called him) had in his command some of the crack rough-riders of Australia. And it was a joy to see these men tackle the outlaws. There were Crouch of Wagga, McDonald of Barrington, Whiteley of Wellington, Bullock of Melbourne, Sievewright of Gunnedah, Kennedy of Gloucester, Rex Moffatt of Goulburn, Harry Heath of Moree, and a score of others. But even a plague of locusts does not last for ever—and Egypt does. It was night when we got back to camp. You might also like Inspiration for Article Intro Effects Round Table King Arthur's creative team techniques Aden is a curious mixture of the Orient and the Occident.
Tab Styles Inspiration Previous Demo Back to the Codrops Article Re-created from Vintage Productions Technique from Slanted tabs with CSS 3D transforms by Lea Verou If you enjoyed this demo you might also like: Arrow Navigation Styles Dot Navigation Styles Google The Gooey Effect The following is a post by Lucas Bebber. Lucas the originator of some of the most creative effects I've ever seen on the web. So much so I couldn't resist blogging about them myself several times. Much better this time: we got the man himself to explain how SVG filters work and how you can use them to create a very cool gooey effect. A while ago, Chris wrote about Shape Blobbing in CSS. However, these days, playing around with SVG filters, I figured I could use them to get around most of the problems of a pure CSS approach. See the Pen CSS Gooey Menu (Version 1) by Lucas Bebber (@lbebber) on CodePen. SVG Filters 101 SVG filters are quite powerful. Despite the name, we can apply SVG filters on regular DOM elements through CSS, in most browsers. This is the basic syntax to define a filter: <svg xmlns=" version="1.1"><defs><filter id="name-your-filter-here"> ... <! To apply a SVG filter to a DOM element: You may need vendor prefixes to use the filter property. Demo
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
An Introduction to CSS 3-D Transforms Ladies and gentlemen, it is the second decade of the third millennium and we are still kicking around the same 2-D interface we got three decades ago. Sure, Apple debuted a few apps for OSX 10.7 that have a couple more 3-D flourishes, and Microsoft has had that Flip 3D for a while. But c’mon – 2011 is right around the corner. That’s Twenty Eleven, folks. Where is our 3-D virtual reality? By now, we should be zipping around the Metaverse on super-sonic motorbikes. Granted, the capability of rendering complex 3-D environments has been present for years. Rationale Like a beautiful jewel, 3-D transforms can be dazzling, a true spectacle to behold. An entire application should not take advantage of 3-D transforms. Take, for instance, the Weather App on the iPhone. Flipping from details view to options view via a 3-D transition Also, consider slide shows. 3-D transforms are more than just eye candy. Current support The CSS 3D Transforms module has been out in the wild for over a year now. Cube