You must have already seen this (what I call “bouncing”) hover effect in navigation menus. Curious how to recreate it easily ?
Below you’ll find my approach.
It’s pure css, I use an “::after” pseudo-element with a custom attribute.
One of the of compass features that are especially compelling is “spriting”. With compass you simply place all your images in a folder and import them into your stylesheet.
In this post I’ll share with how I prepare my sprites in two “versions” for standard and retina display.
Still in the “shopping” theme (see my previous post) this time I prepared a simply illustration: a beautiful girl doing her shopping with Paris roofs and Eiffel Tower in the background. Created in Adobe Illustrator CS5 back saved to CS4 version.... more
Recently I needed a paper bag to illustrate “shopping”. I decided to create one myself – and now I’m ready to share it with my visitors. Free for commercial use. Enjoy your shopping.... more
A simple vector illustration of a restaurant chef handling a pancake pan. With a slight retro flavor.
Enjoy – it’s free for personal and commercial use.
This time I share with you a retro TV set in vector format.
You may use it for your personal and commercial projects. Feel free. However if you host this file please don’t forget to add a link to this site.
In this tutorial we will build a photo gallery and enhance it with html5 canvas and css3 transitions. See the demo and try the hover effect. The grayscale “copies” of our images are created with canvas and we use pure css3 for the smooth change.... more