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3d animation using pure CSS3

A couple of days ago, somebody tweeted a great looking CSS3 example. I was absolutely stunned by the example And all that Malarkey created and was wondering how he was able to produce that kind of effect. I knew about the CSS3 transition property, but how to create that 3d effect?

At that point, I started digging through the Safari Reference Library, where I eventually found the Safari CSS Visual Effects Guide: Transforms page. This page describes a CSS property I've never seen before: -webkit-perspective.

The perspective property is what we need to create the 3d effect. Using transform and transition, we can create 3d animation using pure CSS3.

3d animation using pure CSS3

Simply open up the demo page and hover the movie poster elements and be amazed. As you could have expect, this technique will only work on -webkit based browsers (Latest version of Safari and probably Chrome too). Even Safari on the iPhone displays the 3d effect, but not the animations.

Demo 3d animation using pure CSS3   Download 3d animation using pure CSS3

For those who don't have a webkit browser, I've added a small video to this post to see the demo in action. This really opens up the possibilities and shows the strength of CSS3!


Tags:  3d css3 animation transition perspective
 
New CSS3 properties added to Firefox 3.6

A couple of days ago, Mozilla released their newest version of their ever popular browser: Firefox. It was in beta before, but now version 3.6 can be officially downloaded. This version of the browser brings us a couple of improvements on several aspects, like using Personas (themes), improved (JavaScript) performance and an extended version of the CSS engine compared to the 3.5 release. Today, we're going to look at a couple of the new CSS3 properties that are added to Firefox 3.6.

New CSS3 properties added to Firefox 3.6

In this article, we'll be looking at the following properties that are now supported by Firefox 3.6: pointer-events, Using gradients and Multiple backgrounds.

Demo Demo New CSS3 properties added to Firefox 3.6   Download Demo New CSS3 properties added to Firefox 3.6

Please note that this article only aims at Firefox 3.6, using the -moz CSS prefix. Therefore, not all techniques will be visible when using any other browser (or older versions of Firefox). So let's see what the latest version of this browser has added to his CSS arsenal.


Tags:  firefox css pointer-events gradients multiple backgrounds
 
CSS3 animations and their jQuery equivalents

As you might know already, I'm not a big fan of animations that are added in CSS3. Yet, several people on Twitter told me why they really like the feature. At that point, I wanted to play around with it too.

At the same time, I wanted to see if those animations with CSS3 could be created with jQuery too (especially for those browser that don't support CSS3 animations yet). So today, I present you Five examples of CSS3 animations and their jQuery equivalents.

CSS3 animations and their jQuery equivalents

This tutorial/these examples will show the use of the same HTML, with different classes for CSS3 and jQuery. You can compare both the codes and see which one you like more. Don't forget to check the demo/download the source code to view how everything is working under the hood.

Demo CSS3 animations and their jQuery equivalents   Download CSS3 animations and their jQuery equivalents

IMPORTANT NOTE:
Sadly, CSS3 and HTML5 aren't the standards (yet) these days (when will it ever be?). Since this demo is using CSS3 animations, not all (modern) browsers will be able to show off the full effects. Because of this, it only works on Apples Safari and Google Chrome as they are the only browsers supporting the CSS3 animations via the -webkit- prefix. So, for now, this is just for fun and learning more about CSS3 and jQuery. The jQuery effects will work on other browsers though.

With that said, check out how you can re-create these and learn some more about CSS3 animations and jQuery.


Tags:  CSS3 animations jquery webdevelopment CSS
 
Sweet tabbed navigation using CSS3

Although I don't understand why animations have been added in CSS3, this upcoming standard does have a couple of very neat features added to the CSS we're using today. I wanted to take a couple of these new things, and create a Sweet tabbed navigation using CSS3.

Sweet tabbed navigation using CSS3

This tutorial takes on the following CSS(3) properties:

  • rgba
  • opacity
  • text-shadow
  • pseudo selectors
  • rounded corners
  • gradients
  • box-shadow

Demo tabbed navigation using CSS3   Download tabbed navigation using CSS3

As you could expect, this demo only works in browsers that support the new CSS3 features. This code fully works in Safari / Firefox 3.6, but hasn't been tested in other browsers. Now let's see how you can create this kind of sweet menu yourself!


Tags:  tabs navigation css3 webdesign css
 
8 different ways to beautifully style your lists

The use of HTML lists (<ol> for an ordered list, <ul> for an unordered list) is very common these days. Today, we're going to look a little bit further than creating regular lists, by showing 8 different ways to beautifully style your HTML lists with CSS. We'll use some pure CSS techniques to make a bored list look awesome (and even have some extra functionality).

As a reminder, here's how a default ordered list and a unordered list look like:

  1. Ordered list item #1
  2. Ordered list item #2
  3. Ordered list item #3
  • Unordered list item #1
  • Unordered list item #2
  • Unordered list item #3

And check out the demo to see what we're going to create with it.

Demo beautifully style your lists   Download beautifully style your lists

Looks much better, doesn't it? And you get all that, just by adding a couple of sweet CSS stuff. Want to know how? Here we go!


Tags:  lists html css webdesign
 
CSS trick: Debug your HTML and CSS

Today, I'll be showing you a neat little CSS trick to Debug your HTML and CSS. Take note that this will not be actual debugging, but it can help you find the element depth on a web page. Also, when you didn't properly close a tag, this piece of code will expose it for you.

Debug your HTML and CSS

Simply check out the demo to view what we're going to create! At first, the demo looks like a regular web page. But when you start hovering the elements, you'll be able to see the HTML structure (in depth) of the HTML page.

Demo Debug your HTML and CSS   Download Debug your HTML and CSS

There are just a couple of lines of CSS to get this effect! Check out how (or view the source) you can create this yourself.


Tags:  debug css trick html code snippet
 
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