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I’ve recently decided to surprise my friends with a web page dedicated to their upcoming wedding — quite a beneficial topic in terms of experiments with various decorative elements like ribbons, frames, and lace. At the same time, I’m up to implement the maximum of such decorations in pure CSS for my own pleasure.
In this article, I want to share the way I managed to “weave” lace patterns for the future website with the help of radial and linear gradients.
Some ideas for hover animations with a fancy tilt effect. Inspired by the hover effect seen on the Kikk 2015 website.We want to animate an image (which could be a link or simply a normal grid item) with a tilt effect on its parts. Having several elements in the item (that we call “tilter”), we can achieve a variety of effects that look very interesting. There’s the image, the “shine” element, the semi-transparent overlay with a colorful gradient, a border element and the caption.
AWSM Timeline’ is a pack of super cool and interactive timeline layouts for your website. It is rather a basic framework which you can use to build your own style of timeline layouts by making some basic CSS changes. This documentation will help you to integrate the layout easily into your existing HTML files.
A simple template of a weekly surf report with an animated SVG graph and a sliding content panel. The layout is powered by flexbox and viewport units. Highly experimental.
A simple template that lets you display events on a timeline, as well as organize them in groups (week days, conference rooms etc…).From a web designer perspective, it is handy to have a simple, responsive template to use if you ever need to create a schedule table.
A 3D cubes Advent calendar with fun hover effects and background color animations. Clicking the boxes opens another content level with different element animations.
day we’d like to share some artsy fun with you! We created some proof-of-concepts for simple media pop ups. The idea comes mainly from Forward Festival’s website and Tim Holman’s rad GifLinks project. We adventured ourselves with mix-blend-mode, masks and clip-path.
In this tutorial we will show you how to expand table rows using jQuery, HTML and CSS when user clicks on a row a box with some additional details will show and when user again clicks on that row box will hide.You may also like pricing table using HTML and CSS.