Css tranform and transition are powerful css properties to create animations and as long as we do not overdo it, we can enhance the user experience using them in our interfaces and websites. Following are 4 of the examples of cooler buttons that are animated using css.
In this tutorial we will make a responsive menu button that transition to a new shape using css transition and transform properties. concepts such as how and in what sequence to use transform functions and transform-origin property will be discussed.
A bit on transition and transform css properties
In this tutorial I’m going to show you how you can develop 4 of the responsive layouts(resize the examples to see the responsiveness) which cover almost all possible scenarios if you want to develop for dashboard interfaces and admin interfaces meaning if you need a header, side bar navigation and a footer. Whenever you wanted to create responsive layout, first start with the mobile version, and style the elements based on that. Then for tablet version and desktop version, use media queries and modify styles of elements respectively to look the way you want them in tablet and desktop. Also the sidebar is fixed to the left of the viewport and it’s height is always the height of viewport. Let’s start with the easiest one.
These are some of the coolest web components you can build purely in css.
For viewing them in action please check following 2 links: http://fbfriends.nailfashionsweden.se/default.html http://responsivemenu.nailfashionsweden.se
1. Step progress bar
Usually you use it for sign up form, shopping cards and any consecutive action in webpage. Read More
During the course of December 2015, I have put so much effort to share my knowledge, provide feedback and make tutorials for the community and now I want to give it all as my Christmas gift to the community to thank for all the feedbacks, helps and supports that I got.
There are frameworks out there that has components that are responsive, but they are quite limited to the general use-case that they support. It’s good to know how you can build your own responsive menus and then you can use the same technique to create any responsive element and website at your will.
Demo: http://responsivemenu.nailfashionsweden.se/ resize the page to see the effect.
1. Step progress bar
This is one of the useful components that is used usually in multi-step sign up forms and any use-case that needs a consecutive progressive flow to be shown to the user. Read More